Corbin Bleu On ‘Free Style,’ ‘High School Musical’ [VIDEO EXCLUSIVE]
Corbin Bleu takes questions exclusively for users of Uinterview.com about his new movie Free Style and the role that made him famous in the High School Musical movies.
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I always loved when we toured when went all across North America and South America. We performed in Sao Paulo, Brazil, in front of 70,000 people. That was definitely a highlight of my life.
Most of the motocross scenes were the best. I became obsessed with the sport ever since I started learning and I have a Kawasaki 250 bike that I ride back in L.A. all the time and I go to all the races. Any chance I had to get on the bike in the movie was fun for me. Also the blow up scene. The scene where Cale becomes enraged. I don't want to give away too much of the movie but pretty much I get the chance to smash a window and that's always fun. Any time you get a chance to just kinda go off the handle a bit is always fun.
I'd never been on a bike before this film. Yeah, some of the major stunts like flying through the air or when you have a mass cluster of bikes all around each other, a lot of the race sequences but everything else is me, man.
Oh, tons. Tons. Definitely earned the man card with this film.
The song Moments That Matter came along when I was making my album Another Side. I wrote that song on my birthday. That was my 19th birthday. I'm 20 now. I was in the studio at the time. I was in the recording studio and I didn't get a chance to see much of my family or friends but a lot of them called me and left some really wonderful messages and it got me feeling really good and I just wanted to write a song, a sentimental song in a way. A song about family, the people in my life that really matter, which coincided really well with this film. It's a really wonderful family film. The sport of motocross is very family oriented. You have so many people coming together to just have this one person on a bike and it really takes the entire support of the family to get it done.