Still traveling on the press tour for Charlie St. Cloud, Zac Efron admitted to MTV that he wasn’t sure where to take his career after High School Musical but knew he wanted his career to, you know, mean something:
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I was trying to figure that out for so long: ‘What do the fans want to see?’ I could … try to do another cool musical and try to stick with that genre. Is that really what the fans want to see? I mean everyone is like, ‘How can you make that transition? How are you going to get the fans to follow you into this new kind of stuff?’
By the time the audience catches up, and maybe realizes that life isn’t always like ‘High School Musical,’ maybe they will have a movie that helps them through that next challenge that they face in life. I don’t want to look back and just say, ‘I just made movies because it was fun.’ You know? I want to make movies because it’s challenging and it’s an opportunity to help people. Otherwise it’s just kind of selfish I think.