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DIRECTED BY JOHN STALBERG

High School 2010

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Directed by

John Stalberg

Starring

Michael Chiklis
Matt Bush
Cody Longo
Sean Marquette
Adhir Kalyan
Mykelti Williamson
Yeardley Smith
Michael Vartan
Curtis Armstrong
Luis Chavez
Alicia Sixtos
Max Van Ville
Mary Birdsong
Julia Ling
Camille Mana
Brett Kelly
George Back
Andrew Wilson
Erica Vittina Phillips
Joseph Julian Soria
Nadine Crocker
Kelli Rasmus
Kevin Yon
John Bryant Davila
Robert Bailey Jr.
John Beard
Shirley Benyas
Kerry Birmingham
Linda Boston
Carl Harry Carlson
Rhys Coiro
Mike Eshaq
Mike Evans
Randall Godwin
David Herbst
Heather Kleisner
Sammy A. Publes
Rachel Quaintance
Heather Elizabeth Regan
Wyatt Russell
Rene Santana
Clarence Smith
Emily Sutton-Smith
Barret Swatek
Billye Thompson
Ron Ayers
Alex Biats
Nicole Blaszczyk
Kyle Colton
Josh Costell
Adam DeFilippi
D.B. Dickerson
Sabrina Dungan
Penny Gibbs
David Gibson
Dave Kilgore
Adam Lorenz
Bill Lumbert
Curtis Matzke
Misty Mills
Kathi Moore
Karl Murphy
Tiffany Osborne
Jerry Reid
Joe Sacksteder
Morris Lee Sullivan
Steven Sutherland
Joe Tinpan
Peter Tocco
Amanda Wright
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After 2 very successful junior years of its life happily pleasing kids on the small screen the over hyped machine know as High School Musical is this years film, High School Musical 3: Senior Year, is graduating to the big screen and getting a theatrical release, and probably bigger budget, before TV or DVD.

Disney probably didn't see this coming (or did they?) when a couple of year ago they decided to basically remake the phenomenally successful Grease for a modern day audience. It's not a direct remake, but between the 3 films there will be the essence of the Grease story in there, hidden but evident.

This isn't a bad thing of course I'm a huge fan of Grease and having an 8 year old daughter who is more than a little bit of a HSM fan I've had the "fortune" of sitting through both movies a number of times, and to be fair they are not that bad, it's good story telling with likeable characters and half decent acting, I'd rather have her watching his than a lot of the other things on telly

The trailer for the 3rd movie has just gone up at disney.co.uk, and it looks like it's more of the same, good or bad? Who knows, but it's safe to say the hype starts here.

Not sure if sleeper hits exist these days, but if they are then this sure as hell is one, Mamma Mia! is a film adaptation of a stage show and it has becomes the biggest film of the year in the UK.

With a gross of £69,130,014 it out grossed the number 2 film by nearly £20 million. Even more remarkable is that Mamma Mia! has now become the biggest film in the UK, topping Titanic's 10 year reign.

Sliding nicely into the runner up spot for the year is the Bond film Quantum of Solace with a UK gross of £50,405,045. Although a good gross the studio may see this as a little disappointing as the last Bond film, Casino Royale, tool £5 million more.

Third on the list is The Dark Knight with £48,685,166, many thought this might have come out on top, but clearly few realised the power of the chick flick during the year.

All three of the top films of the year are in fact still showing in cinemas across the country, despite 2 of them being available on DVD/Blu-ray already.

The rest of the top films of the year are filled by the like of Indiana Jones And The Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull at 4, Sex and the City: The Movie at 5, High School Musical 3 at 7 and Wall-E at 8.

Check out the full list here.