Thursday, March 15, 2007

Bring it On: All or Nothing Press Release

Yeah, it has been a while since I have updated here. It has been partly because of a couple graduate classes that have lacked any resemblance to fun and partly because, well I really have not had anything to post. But I recently gotten some exclusive pictures to Bring it On: All or Nothing which will be premiering on ABCFamily next Sunday. So starting tomorrow I'll be posting a new picture everyday leading up to the premiere. But for today, check out the press release:

Bring it On: All or Nothing



The Film Also Stars Solange Knowles-Smith (“Johnson Family Vacation”)

Burbank, CA (February 26, 2007) — In the third film of the “Bring It On” series, the sassy yet spirited cheerleaders bust out with hotter moves, hotter music and hotter dance sequences when “Bring It On: All or Nothing” airs Sunday, March 25 (8:00 – 10:00 PM ET/PT).

Life is good for Britney Allen (Hayden Panettiere), making her the envy of all girls at Pacific Vista High School. She’s beautiful, captain of the cheer squad, has the perfect boyfriend and is the front runner for homecoming queen. All comes to a halt when her father’s job moves them out of their posh neighborhood forcing Britney to join the squad of her rival, Crenshaw Heights High School. Despite Crenshaw Heights’ tough head cheerleader Camille (Solange Knowles-Smith), Britney proves to be a force to reckon with and secures a spot on the squad. Britney and her new squad work vehemently together to prepare their routine to audition for an opportunity to perform on television with pop star Rihanna (as herself). In a heated competition, Britney finds herself in a cheer-off between her new squad and old -- but only one can be #1!

When it was released straight to DVD in 2006, “Bring It On: All or Nothing” reached phenomenon status and proved the strength of the franchise when it hit the top of the sales (#3) and rental (#7) charts alongside hit theatricals and television series starring household names. The ABC Family broadcast marks the first time the film has been available in any format other than DVD.

“Bring It On: All or Nothing” was executive produced by Armyan Bernstein (“The Guardian” and “Ladder 49”), Charlie Lyons (“The Guardian” and “A Lot Like Love”), and Zanne Devine (“The Guardian” and “A Lot Like Love”), directed by Steve Rash (“American Pie Presents Band Camp” and TV Series “Zenon: Z3”), produced by Universal Studios Family Productions and Beacon Pictures, and distributed by Universal Studios Home Entertainment. Writing credits are given to Alyson Fouse (TV Series “Everybody Hates Chris” and TV Series “My Wife and Kids”).

Distributed in over 91 million homes, ABC Family features original movies, series and specials reflecting today’s families and entertaining and connecting with adults through relevant stories about today’s relationships, all told with diversity, dysfunction, passion, humor and heart. ABC Family. A New Kind of Family.

1 comment:

newkillerstar said...

I can't wait to see the pictures you've got for Bring It On: All Or Nothing!

I didn't "discover" Hayden Pantierre until Heroes, probably most people didn't but she's such a good actress (especially since she's pretty young) that I'm really interested in seeing what else she's done. And plus, it'll be pretty cool seeing her be a cheerleader here as well, although you know, without the superpowers.

Plus, I LOVE Bring it On. The first movie is one of my all time favorites, one of those, I can watch this anytime, and it'll improve my mood kinda movies. So I bet I'm really going to enjoy watching this part of the series. I'm looking forward to this!(I heard they were going to show the first Bring It On, and then show All or Nothing at 8? That'd be a great night!)