From 2000 to 2017, six films have been released in the “Bring It On” series, which operates under the name “Girls United” in this country. The teen comedies follow the ups and downs of US high school cheerleading teams competing in national and international competitions. Stars such as Kirsten Dunst, Eliza Dushku, Gabrielle Union, Bree Turner, Hayden Panettiere, Ashley Benson and Christina Milian can be found on the cast lists for the individual parts.
Universal Studios, which owns the rights to the series, recently announced that there will be a seventh title. Surprisingly, this is a horror film. However, the trailer that has now been published and can be seen above at least strongly suggests that there will be a great deal of fun again.
“Bring It On: Cheer Or Die‘ plays on Halloween. A cheerleading squad holds a secret training session in an abandoned school before an important tournament. Which quickly turns out to be a stupid idea. The dance rehearsal takes a terrifying turn when suddenly one team member after the other disappears…
Bring It On: Cheer Or Die debuts in North America on October 8, 2022 exclusively on cable network Syfy. It has not yet been announced whether and when the film might end up on the German Syfy offshoot or whether it will be released elsewhere.
If you want to pass the waiting time by streaming (small fees apply!) the first six parts of the series until the start date here, you will find what you are looking for on Amazon Prime Video:
» The “Girls United” series on Amazon Prime Video*
Karen Lam is the first woman to direct the franchise since the franchise began. The Canadian is a real genre expert and, in addition to various short projects, some of which have won awards, she has also directed the horror feature films “Evangeline – Revenge is stronger than death” and “The Curse Of Willow Song”.
In front of the camera were Missi Pyle (“Cinderella Story: Once Upon a Song”), Kerri Medders from “SEAL Team”, Alexandra Beaton (“The Next Step”), Sam Robert Muik (“Eat Drink And Be Married – Essen, drinking, getting married”), Alec Carlos (“Orphan 2: First Kill”) and “Riverdale” star Tiera Skovbye.
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