Bring It On: Cheer or Die teaser puts a slasher spin on the classic cheerleading franchise

Bring It On: Cheer or Die teaser puts a slasher spin on the classic cheerleading franchise

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Pom-poms and pep rallies have never been more killer than they are in the first teaser trailer for SYFY’s Bring It On: Cheer or Die. It’s the best look for back to school season!

Putting a ssher spin on the long-running franchise, the upcoming film revolves around a group of nerds who are prevented from doing anything dangerous by their cautious school principal (played by Missy Pyle ). To get closer to this principle, the captains of the Diablos hype squad – Abby (Kerri Medders) and McKayla (Tiera Skovbye) – devise a plan to carry out the group’s activities secretly in an abandoned school on Halloween . It’s not exactly the best idea in the world because a bloodthirsty killer is roaming around these empty libraries. With the doors locked, no way to escape, and their teammates disappearing one by one, the girls have only two options: cheer or die.

Karen Lam, who worked as a story editor on SYFY’s Van Helsing, directed the film. She is the first female filmmaker to direct an episode of the Bring It On franchise, which celebrated its 22nd anniversary last month. Happy or Die will be the seventh chapter produced. A musical with music and music co-written by Lin-Manuel Miranda and opened in 2011.

“We are thrilled to partner with SYFY to continue this popular franchise with a new installment from acclaimed filmmaker Karen Lam, the series’ first female director,” said Glenn Ross, general manager and assistant president, Universal. 1440 Entertainment, said in a statement when the project was first announced last December. “With a fresh take on historic comics, this next chapter showcases the best of the best and will entertain long-time movie fans while opening the door to a group of fans who enjoy being active.”

Rebekah McKendry (All Creatures Are Arousing) and Dana Schwartz (Posdcast of Blood) wrote the screenplay based on a story by Alyson Fouse (Bring It: Fight to the Finish). Armyan Bernstein and Charlie Lyons serve as executive producers. Griff Furst (You Could Be A Killer) is a producer, with Tony Gonzalez (Bring It On Choreographer) and C. Eve Stewart (Tales from the Hood 3) on board as co-producers.

Bring It On: Happy or Die premieres on SYFY Saturday, October 8 at 9 p.m. ET. You can see it early on Digital and DVD Tuesday, September 27.

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What is the best Bring It On?

What is the best Bring It On?

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  • 1. “Bring It On: All Or Nothing” (2006)
  • 2. “Bring It On” (2000) …
  • 3. “Bring It On: In It To Win” (2007) …
  • 4. “Bring it on: Fight to the End” (2009) …
  • 5. “Bring It Back” (2003) …

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Is Bring It On iconic?

Bring It On is a movie full of great scenes. The audience first met Kirsten Dunst’s cheerleader Torrance Shipman in one of her dreams. To see also : Meet the first woman to wear the Cowboys cheerleading uniform. The way Gabrielle Union’s Isis, from East rivals Compton Clovers, through the screen is amazing.

Is it based on a true story? Intended to be a documentary, Bring It On was originally conceived as an MTV documentary about a competition show called Cheer Fever before screenwriter Jessica Bendinger decided to turn the idea into a fictional film instead.

Is Bring It On a satire?

Union’s Isis is a strong and courageous leader who gives Bring It On’s satire such bite. To see also : CYO Cheerleading 2022: Our top 25 photos from Saturday’s competition. With the Union project at the helm, Bring it on in a bolder, more socially conscious way for youth comedy, white-salvation tropes and a sharp division of anti-feminism.

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