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Kirsten Dunst Says She's Game For A 'Bring It On' Sequel... With 1 Key Condition

Kirsten Dunst isn’t entirely opposed to the idea of dusting off her “Bring It On” pom-poms.

Dunst had a reasonable response when asked if she’d consider being in a sequel to the millennial-beloved cheerleading comedy, which came out in 2000 and also starred Eliza Dushku, Gabrielle Union, Jesse Bradford and Clare Kramer.

“I mean, it depends,” she told Entertainment Tonight ahead of a special screening of her new film, “Civil War,” on Tuesday night.

“Everyone’s bringing back their stuff, right? It’s a throwback time,” the Academy Award nominee reasoned, before adding, “As long as it’s not embarrassing.”

Kirsten Dunst has one condition before signing on for a reboot of 2000's
Kirsten Dunst has one condition before signing on for a reboot of 2000's "Bring It On." Alamy

Though Dunst has yet to reprise her role as high school cheer captain Torrance Shipman, “Bring It On” did spawn five straight-to-video sequels, a Halloween TV special and a Broadway show.

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None of the projects included members of the original cast, however.

The possibility of a legitimate “Bring It On” sequel may not be far off.

In early 2023, Union told Variety, “We’ve been developing a sequel forever. But for folks who don’t exactly understand how long development can take in Hollywood, that could be five minutes or 50 years.”

Original director Peyton Reed laid out what a “Bring It On” redux would look like in a chat with Entertainment Tonight last year.

“Obviously, 20 some years later, we would come at that movie from a totally different direction,” the filmmaker said. “Gabrielle has not only ideas, but great ideas. So, that is something that I hope we can continue to discuss.”

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