Apparently, it was a busy Saturday for both Disney Channel and reps for "High School Musical 2" stars Ashley Tisdale, Corbin Bleu and Vannessa Anne Hudgens: Eric Feig, the lawyer representing all three of the renegade "HSM2" kid-stars, tells TMZ that managers for all three actors say their clients have now decided to fly to pre-production rehearsals on Sunday after all.
As was first reported here on Friday, eleventh-hour negotiations to return all three stars to the sequel had hit a snag over the talented teens' desire for participation in the expected-to-be-huge "back end" for "High School Musical 2" -- that is, its soundtrack and vast merchandising opportunities. Indeed, things had gotten so woolly, some of pubescent thespians were mulling not flying to rehearsals.
Reached by TMZ.com, Feig declined to comment on the current state of negotiations beyond confirming that all three kids will be in the air bound for Utah on schedule.
While Feig isn't talking, TMZ will keep you posted on whether there's any further action from this volatile teenage drama department.