Gabrielle Union Developing a 'Bring It On' Sequel About the Clovers
Over 20 years after Bring It On debuted in theaters, Gabrielle Union reveals to ET's Denny Directo that she is working on a new sequel. "We've been developing a sequel that centers on the [Clovers]," she says, referring to the East Compton cheerleading squad her character, Isis, is the captain of in the original film. "We are working on it." The confirmation comes after Union first made headlines last August, when she tweeted about the film's 22nd anniversary. "Hmmm, so Isis might have a teenager," she wrote, sparking sequel rumors and even getting Chloe Bailey to respond that she wants to "be a part" of it. A month later, Union said she had been "hearing some really great takes from some big-name writers." "Imagine if her daughter was, you know, a high stepper from Jackson State, Hawthorne State or Hampton. There's so many forms of cheerleading that we don't get to celebrate," Union offered at the time. "The possibilities are endless." Now, Union says that Isis doesn't necessarily have to have a daughter. "I mean, I could have a son, a daughter. I could have a non-binary child. Anything's possible," she muses, joking that in real life, "I'm already Mama June on the sidelines."
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