'I would make another movie' - Kirsten Dunst's anticipation for a bring it on sequel
Kirsten Dunst expressed interest in a Bring It On sequel during a Kelly Clarkson Show appearance in 2019. As we look back, let's ponder the possibilities.
"Kirsten Dunst Says 'Bring It On' - A Retrospective Look at Her Anticipation for a Sequel"
As we delve into the annals of Hollywood, the spark of a possible sequel to the cult favorite, "Bring It On," fueled by none other than Kirsten Dunst herself, stands out in 2019. Four years later, let's take a nostalgic trip back and explore this intriguing proposition that left fans on tenterhooks.
"A Blast from the Past on The Kelly Clarkson Show"
On a fine day on "The Kelly Clarkson Show," Dunst was reminded of a moment when she and Gabrielle Union, her on-screen rival in "Bring It On," were featured in Rodarte’s spring/summer 2020 lookbook. It was this coincidence that led to a trip down memory lane, inducing fans and Dunst herself to reminisce about their "Bring It On" days.
"If They Wanted to Make Another Movie..."
Surprised and amused by the nostalgia wave, Dunst expressed her willingness to reprise her role. "Listen, if they wanted to make another movie, I would make another movie. Why not? That would be so fun," Dunst told Clarkson, as reported by Jezebel.
"The Yearning for a 'Bring It On' Reunion"
The hint of a potential sequel did more than just create a buzz. It spurred an outpouring of support from fans yearning for a reunion of their favorite cheerleading squad. As 2020 marked the 20th anniversary of "Bring It On," the timing seemed almost perfect.
However, the anticipation was shadowed by the numerous mediocre "Bring It On" spinoffs, which fans considered falling short of the original's charm. The original movie has indeed stood the test of time, continuing to enjoy a special place in the hearts of its fans.
As the dream of another "Bring It On" sequel with Kirsten Dunst remains unfulfilled, we are left with a fond memory of a simpler time, when a possibility turned into a sensation. And for now, the original "Bring It On" remains a treasure to revisit, with Kirsten Dunst as the unforgettable T-t-torence, our captain Torence!
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