The Cast of Bring It On Then and Now

Bring it On was released back in the summer of 2000, and it is just as much of a hit now as it was then. The film follows the journey of a high school cheerleading squad and their road to glory and success in the world of cheerleading competitions. The movie is packed with humor, lessons and actually touches base on some important issues that still plague society today. This movie has become one of the most well known and beloved films of the early 2000’s teeny-bopper high school comedies. The cast of Bring it On became pretty popular for the roles they played in the film, and have become synonymous with some of the famous one liners that make this movie so cheesy but great. But after 21 years since the release of this film, what has the cast of Bring it On been up to? Did they all continue acting, or have some of them stepped away from the limelight? Read on to find out more about the cast of Bring it On, then and now. 

Kirsten Dunst

Kirsten Dunst was the main actor in Bring it On. She played the role of Torrance, but had been acting for 10 years prior to this movie. But this film really launched her career, as she starred in several films after including, Spider Man, Mona Lisa Smile, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, and Marie Antoinette.

Gabrielle Union

Gabrielle Unoin was a well-known actor for lesser roles before she played Isis with Bring it On, the captain of rival cheerleading squad the Clovers. She almost passed on the role, but accepted because of the film’s focus on diversity. She had appeared in things like, She’s All That, Seventh Heaven, and Love & Basketball, prior to Bring it On. After, she landed roles in things like Being Mary Jane, Think Like A Man, and L.A.’s Finest. 

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