Bring It On Worldwide Cheersmack will be arriving on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD on this August 29 from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment. The movie features a virtual competition between 19 squads from around the world including Germany, Australia and France, and cheers will be spread globally with exciting new stunts and choreography for one epic competition hosted by the Cheer Goddess (Vivica A. Fox).
Bring It On Worldwide full movie is the perfect hybrid of cheerleading and dance for a non-stop worldwide showdown.
The movie stars Vivica A. Fox along with rising talents including Cristine Prosperi, Jordan Rodrigues, Sophie Vavasseur, and Gia Ré. Bring It On Worldwide #Cheersmack movie integrates the evolution of social media taking viewers into the cheerleading universe, and it will come packed with exciting bonus content including exclusive behind-the-scenes footage as well as a hilarious gag reel.
Vivica A. Fox makes her debut as Cheer Goddess, the Internet’s most popular “Cheer-lebrity”, organizing a virtual battle for squads from all around the world. When, Destiny (Prosperi), captain of three-time national champions “The Rebels”, is challenged to a global cheer showdown by an edgy new team called “The Truth”. It seems like the whole world wants to take down Destiny and her team. They are quite sure to succeed unless Density can rise to the challenge, set her ego aside and figure out who her real friends are.
The movie is executive produced by Armyan Bernstein and Charlie Lyons, produced by Mike Elliott, and co-produced by Greg Holstein, Genevieve Hofmeyr, Marvin Saven and Tony Gonzalez. As Tony Gonzalez returns, he will give us a choreography to create the franchise’s most out-of-this world stunts.
Bonus features exclusive to Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD include Around the World: Building the Squads showing how actors were able to master the escalating difficulty of cheer routines choreographed by Tony Gonzalez featuring teams from South Africa and Brazil. Also, there is New Routine: Filmmakers, Cast and Crew discuss what sets the latest chapter of the Bring It On franchise apart. This piece also includes cheer teams from England, Ireland and Costa Rica. Last but not least, it is the Look of Bring It On: Worldwide giving us a look into how the set design and costumes provide a vibrancy and unique flair to the film’s backdrop, and of course, there will be a hilarious Gag Reel.
After all, every Bring It On movie following the original has been a disappointment, and Bring It On Worldwide #Cheersmack movie online is no exception. With no real plot or mission, the cheerleaders gave the Rancho Carne Toros and the East Compton Clovers a bad name. It’s been 17 years since the first movie of the series hit theaters. Arguably, that would be the best of the franchise. In the first movie, we follows cheer captain Torrance (Kirsten Dunst) as she tries to lead her team to their sixth national title. Then, a newcomer, Missy (Eliza Dushku), transferred from Los Angeles realized that the Toro’s routines looked wildly familiar. She takes Torrance to see the Clovers compete and realizes that “Big Red” (Lindsay Sloane) stole all of their choreography. In the meantime, Isis (Gabrielle Union), the Clovers’ captain, made it her personal mission to defeat the Toros at the national championship. Throughout the movie, there is drama, backstabbing, flirting and everything else you could imagine happening on a high school cheerleading squad.
Despite the cliché-ness of the first movie, the characters had substance. It was actually funny and had a concrete theme by showing the ups and downs of teenage relationships, the typical teenage vs. parents era, the war between crosstown rivals and the value of friendship.
In a meanwhile, Bring It On Worldwide #Cheersmack was a struggle to get through. There was no opening nightmare sequence with the prominent roll-call us Bring It On fans love. Instead, the head cheerleader, Destiny (Cristine Prosperi) started talking in some weird cheer code with sayings like #cheerlebrity and #cheermiliated. As usual, a “villain team” shows up and challenge the Rebels to a cheer-off and ultimately lost. Of course, over the duration of the movie, the All Star Rebels consulted the Cheer Goddess. After getting the first place, the usual Bring It On kiss between the cheer captain and the guy that’s way too good for her happen. The camera pans off leaving the only people who were actually #cheersmacked being the viewers.