Written by Luciana | Posted on 10 October 2015 | 0

Check the interview Kirsten, Eliza, Jesse and Gabrielle did to Today Show, that aired yesterday.

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Written by Luciana | Posted on 10 October 2015 | 0

You know the mighty mighty Toros like you know your own high school fight song — They’re sexy! They’re cute! They’re popular to boot! — and maybe even better, considering how often the original movie still airs on basic cable 15 years after its release.

But once upon a time, Bring It On was just a low-budget teen comedy with an uninspired working title (Cheer Fever), a largely unproven cast (Eliza Dushku, Jesse Bradford, Gabrielle Union), and a whole lot of jokes about spanky pants. EW recently reunited the film’s stars — including Dushku, Bradford, Union and Kirsten Dunst, the only cast member, Union recalls wryly, who didn’t expect to be “back in the unemployment line” after shooting wrapped — to reminisce about the pom poms, the off-set parties, and the time they may or may not have gotten arrested in Mexico.

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Written by Luciana | Posted on 10 October 2015 | 0

Entertainment Weekly magazine is celebrating its 25 years, and on their anniversary special edition its bringing a Bring it On reunion with Kirsten, Eliza Dushku, Gabrielle Union and Jesse Bradford. Check digital scans added in our gallery:

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Written by Connie | Posted on 21 November 2010 | 0

When people think of Kirsten Dunst the first images that typically jump to mind are the little kid in “Interview with a Vampire,” the teenager in “Bring It On” or the girl in US Weekly who used to date Jake Gyllenhaal. But after those people get a load of her in the powerful “All Good Things,” they will start to see Kirsten as a woman and a force to be reckoned with.

Along with Ryan Gosling, Kirsten brings to life the haunting true story of David & Katie Marks (based on Robert Durst) — a seemingly idyllic couple living in NYC circa 1980. Emphasis on the seemingly because Katie’s 1982 disappearance has yet to be solved.

I caught up Kirsten to find out what attracted her to this genre spanning script, how an unorthodox rehearsal process worked to the film’s benefit and which character she’d love to revisit. Hint: she’s perky, she’s cute, she’s popular to boot.

PopWrap: This is your first role in nearly two years, why the break?
Kirsten Dunst: It’s funny because I filmed this movie two years ago, so it seems like longer of a break to everyone else. So I did take a break, but for me it wasn’t as much. I’ve been working so long and I’m at a place now where I can wait for the projects I really feel passionate about. Waiting for something great is, or should be, part of [the business]. I think it’s nice to take breaks, I always like when I don’t see actors all the time.

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