During a recent appearance on The Late Late Show with James Corden, Union revealed that some of the film’s original cast were doing a panel earlier this week, where they all responded in unison when asked if they would be interested in doing a sequel.
“It’s absolutely going to happen,” the actress confirmed. “I think we because we all got obsessed with ‘Cheer’ on Netflix and it kind of like brought back the whole love of cheerleading, and we kinda want to see where these people would be 20 years later.”
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#PressPlay: #Roommates, if you’ve been waiting forever for a sequel to the classic cheerleading film #BringItOn, you’re about to be very happy! ____________________ During a recent interview with James Corden, #GabrielleUnion assured fans that a sequel is in the works. “It’s absolutely going to happen. I think we because we all got obsessed with ‘Cheer’ on Netflix and it kind of like brought back the whole love of cheerleading, and we kinda want to see where these people would be 20 years later.” Y’all ready? 🎥: (@latelateshow)
Cheer, the Netflix show Union mentioned, is a docuseries that focuses on five individual cheer team members and dives into the history of the sport, the formation of the National Cheerleaders Association, and the inner workings of modern cheerleading from their perspectives. With so many people obsessed with that show and the inner workings of cheerleading, why not bring back a classic about the same subject?
While the cast–which includes Kirsten Dunst and Jesse Bradford–all seem to be on board for a Bring It On sequel, there is no official word on if there’s a script or even an idea actually in the works as of yet.