Film Updates releases first look photos of Syfy’s new original horror film, Bring It On: Cheer or Die, which offers a significant change for the franchise.
Syfy has released first look photos of the franchise’s horror film Bring it on: cheer or die.
Film Updates tweeted four pictures of it Bring it on Squad from Syfy’s new original horror film. One photo showed the featured cheer uniforms, while the other three images gave a glimpse into the film’s relationship dynamics. The photos give fans a first look at the seventh installment in the franchise, as well as the first horror film. Film Updates also provided a brief synopsis of the film. “A cheer team’s plan to train in an abandoned school for Halloween takes a chilling turn when their teammates start disappearing.”
Syfy originally announced the slasher spinoff for 2021 with the title Give me: Halloween. The film serves as a drastic tonal shift for a franchise that has hitherto produced mostly comedic films. The franchise expanded into another category than Bring it on: the musical was released on Broadway in 2012, but cheer or die marks his most significant deviation on screen.
Besides the musical bring it up The premises have remained relatively constant for each episode, with cheerleaders from different schools and the presentation of the drama and politics within the team structure. cheer or die is considered the franchise’s “Halloween special,” making it unclear if this spin-off could be the only horror this series will spawn. Combining the campy nature of the film series with horror follows a current trend in modern slashers such as body body bodyespecially those that are considered dark comedies.
The original Bring it on Film was released in 2000 and starred industry star Kirsten Dunst (Spiderman), Eliza Dushku, Jesse Bradford and Gabrielle Union. The film was a box office success and received generally positive reviews upon its initial release. Over time, the film developed into cult-classic territory, prompting the creation of six direct-to-video sequels. The most recent installment of the franchise was Bring it on: Global Cheersmackreleased in 2017.
cheer or die Directed by Karen Lam (evangeline) and stars Missi Pyle (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory) as principal. Alexandra Beaton (The next step), Tiera Skovbye (There was once) and Kerri Medders (Promised Land) will appear in the film as cheerleaders. Bring it on: cheer or die should appear in 2022.