Universal has teamed up with Syfy to make a horror-thriller entry in their long-running lineup Came with it franchise, and while we still don’t know when exactly this seventh Came with it film – as it is called Bring It On: Cheer or Die – will be released (it’s expected to premiere on Syfy sometime this fall), a bunch of images have come online to give us a look at what this movie will have in store for us. You can check them out at the bottom of this article, courtesy of our friends at Damn disgusting.
A Universal 1440 Entertainment and Beacon Pictures production, Bring It On: Cheer Or Die is directed by Karen Lamb (Ghost Wars) from a screenplay by Rebekah McKendry (Lovely) and Dana Schwartz (She-Hulk), based on a story by Alyson Fouse (Bring It On: Fight to the finish). The film follows
a cheerleading squad as they rehearse their routines overnight in an abandoned school on Halloween weekend, where one by one the teenagers fall victim to a deranged assailant.
Kerri Medders (SEAL Team), Tiera Skovbye (midnight Sun), and Missy Pyle (Y: The Last Man) old.
Bring It On: Cheer or Die was produced by Griff Furst, with Beacon Pictures’ Armyan Bernstein and Charlie Lyons executive producing and Tony Gonzalez and C. Eve Stewart co-producing. Gonzalez is also a choreographer.
Universal 1440 Entertainment’s Glenn Ross had this to say about the project:
We’re excited to team up with SYFY to continue this perennially popular franchise with an all-new installment from acclaimed filmmaker Karen Lam, the very first female director of the franchise. With a fresh take on the franchise’s historical comedy, this next chapter showcases a diverse, multi-talented cast and will entertain for a long time Came with it film fans as well as opening the doors to the legion of fans who enjoy thrillers.”
That Came with it franchise started with a theatrical release in 2000. Five direct-to-video sequels have followed: Bring It On Again, Bring It On: Everything or Nothing, Bring It On: In It to Win It, Bring It On: Fight to the Finish, and Came with it: Worldwide Cheersmack.
I’m way behind Came with it movie… actually I’ve never seen any of the sequels… but I get the feeling it doesn’t matter that much. Bring It On: Cheer or Die looks like it’s going to be some crazy fun, so I’m looking forward to checking it out this fall.
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Here are the pictures: