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Bring It On: In It to Win It ()


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Southern California high school senior Carson arrives at the all-important "Cheer Camp Nationals" determined to lead her squad, the West High Sharks, to victory. But chic New Yorker Brooke... See more »

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Carson
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Brooke (as Cassie Scerbo)
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Ruben
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Chelsea
Kierstin Koppel ...
Sarah
Anniese Taylor Dendy ...
Aeysha
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Reporter (as Jane Park-Smith)
Lisa Glaze ...
Pepper
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Vance
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Penn
Tanisha Harris ...
Chicago (as Tymisha Harris)
Dinah Schierer ...
Prairie Dog Captain
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Flamingo Captain (as Jobeth Locklear)
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Ashley Tisdale
Jamaar Berrien ...
Sharks Dancer
Kasie Kaelin ...
Sharks Dancer
Nicole Niestemski ...
Sharks Dancer
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Sharks Dancer
Jacinto Rodriguez ...
Sharks Dancer
Michael Venditto ...
Sharks Dancer
Ashley Barker ...
Shets Dancer
Sasha Brens ...
Shets Dancer
Billy Caldwell ...
Shets Dancer
Lauren Curtis ...
Shets Dancer
Carlos Diaz ...
Shets Dancer
Robert Divincenzo ...
Shets Dancer
Rebekah Giles ...
Shets Dancer
Mauren Gremse ...
Shets Dancer
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Shets Dancer
Kimberly Newbern ...
Shets Dancer
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Shets Dancer (as Katrina Norma)
Mandi Tincher-Reger ...
Shets Dancer
Bettis Richardson ...
Shets Dancer
Scott Rosen ...
Shets Dancer
Logan Sherrill ...
Shets Dancer
Monica Soto ...
Shets Dancer
Jake Waldrup ...
Shets Dancer
Brian A. White ...
Shets Dancer (as Brian White)
Trey Wampler ...
Shets Dancer
Luis Banuls ...
Jets Dancer
Mike Burns ...
Jets Dancer (as Michael Burns)
David Divincenzo ...
Jets Dancer
Angela Lee ...
Jets Dancer
Alan Linder ...
Jets Dancer
Josh Seaton ...
Jets Dancer
Jason Snyder ...
Jets Dancer
Javarus Warren ...
Jets Dancer
Lauren Whitt ...
Jets Dancer
Richard Braitwaite ...
Instructor
Nicholas Auger ...
Instructor
Joe Jackson ...
Instructor
Timothy Johnson ...
Instructor
Karin Wood ...
Instructor
Mike Pucci ...
Instructor
Lisa Thompson ...
Skeleton Crew Movement
Jonathan Lewis ...
Dance / Cheer Captain
Rudy Rodriguez ...
Spotter
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Robie Alan ...
Cheer Topia instuctor / Prarie Dog Male Cheerleader (uncredited)
Amazona ...
Background Prairie Dog (uncredited)
Christian Andreas ...
Server (uncredited)
John Baker ...
Matt (uncredited)
Nick Bass ...
Spectator (uncredited)
David Bermejo ...
Bellman (uncredited)
Justin Brown ...
Prairie Dog Cheerleader (uncredited)
Marc Carasello ...
Valet / Bellboy (uncredited)
Chris Cavallaro ...
Spectator (uncredited)
Chevy Lamont Cofield ...
Jet Dancer (uncredited)
Whitney Costner ...
Prairie Dog Cheerleader (uncredited)
Bryce DiCristofalo ...
Cheerleader (uncredited)
Matt Doolittle ...
Security Guard (uncredited)
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Spectator (uncredited)
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Security Guard (uncredited)
Omar Elkalyoubie ...
Pepper's Assistant (uncredited)
Richard Andrew Evans ...
Theme Park Attendant (uncredited)
Elle Fitzapak ...
Marissa (uncredited)
Rose Fowler ...
Mother (uncredited)
Luther 'Rich' Freeman ...
Bellman (uncredited)
Brittany Geragotelis ...
Results Presenter (uncredited)
David How ...
Bellman (uncredited)
Alexandria Iona ...
Girl in Crowd (uncredited)
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TV Crew Cameraman (uncredited)
Kaitlyn Kennedy ...
Spectator / Cheer Coach (uncredited)
Romi King ...
Bellman (uncredited)
Nathena Lewis ...
Spectator (uncredited)
Mitchell Maggin ...
Hotel Guest (uncredited)
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Cheer Instructor (uncredited)
Amari Marshall ...
Cheerleader (uncredited)
Andre Marshall ...
Cheerleader (uncredited)
Tiffany Marshall ...
Beach Mom (uncredited)
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Park Guest (uncredited)
Melody Mccraney ...
Hotel Guest (uncredited)
Brandon Migliore ...
Prarie dog cheerleader (uncredited)
Jennifer Paige Moralez ...
Cheerleader (uncredited)
Craig Myers ...
Security Guard (uncredited)
Tom Myers ...
Security Guard (uncredited)
Katarina Noel ...
Hotel Pool Guest (uncredited)
Erin O'Halloran ...
Spectator (uncredited)
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Guy Dancing / Customer (uncredited)
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Bellhop (uncredited)
Laura Alexandra Ramos ...
Cheerleader / Spectator (uncredited)
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Competition Judge (uncredited)
Marc Rothberg ...
Jaws Boat Skipper (uncredited)
Lola Sanchez ...
Amber Daly (uncredited)
Ashley Schnacky ...
Prairie Dog / Flamingo Cheerleader (uncredited)
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Competition Spectator (uncredited)
AJ Semiday ...
News Crew Cameraman (uncredited)
Angela Simmons-Morgan ...
Park guest / Girl in crowd (uncredited)
R.J. Stallman ...
Park Guest (uncredited)
Bruce Timmons ...
Security Guard (uncredited)
Rachel Titen ...
Prairie Dog Cheerleader (uncredited)
Kelly Truzzolino ...
Prarie Dog cheerleader (uncredited)
Wesley Tsukazan ...
Bellman (uncredited)
Aries Marvin Uzzle ...
Instructor / Waiter (uncredited)
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Salsa Dancer (uncredited)
Elizabeth Rose Young ...
Park Guest / Hotel Guest (uncredited)

Directed by

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Steve Rash

Written by

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Alyson Fouse ... (written by) and
Elena Song ... (written by)

Produced by

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Armyan Bernstein ... executive producer
Lisa Gooding ... studio executive
Charlie Lyons ... executive producer
Wayne Morris ... producer

Music by

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Cinematography by

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Levie Isaacks ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Tony Lombardo

Editorial Department

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Cassie Dixon ... post-production assistant
Peter Pav ... first assistant editor

Casting By

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Kimberly Mullen
Mark Mullen

Production Design by

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Mark Garner

Set Decoration by

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Shawn McFall

Costume Design by

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Beverly Safier

Makeup Department

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Nancy Cummings ... makeup artist and special effects makeup artist
Lee Grimes ... makeup department head
Jane Hassinger ... key hair stylist
Ann-Maree Hurley ... makeup artist
Jonah Levy ... makeup artist
Matthew Petty ... hair stylist
Randa Squillacote ... hair department head
Christine Wostak ... assistant makeup artist

Production Management

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Jason Leib ... post-production supervisor
Wayne Morris ... unit production manager
Art Schaefer ... unit production manager (as Arthur Schaefer)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Michael Finn ... first assistant director
Charissa Forth Kane ... second assistant director
Cleave Frink ... second second assistant director

Art Department

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John Balling ... charge scenic
Stitch Crisp ... property master
D'Asia Grace ... art department coordinator
Brent Kunze ... art department production assistant
Brian Latimer ... graphic designer
Jeff 'J.Mac' McDonald ... set dresser
William D. McLane ... assistant property master
Jeremy Alan Read ... set dresser
Dan Stewart ... propmaker
Dan Wilkerson ... on-set dresser
Jim S. Williams ... leadman
Sean R. Wilson ... set dresser

Sound Department

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Steven Avila ... sound effects editor
Trip Brock ... supervising sound editor
Joe Foglia ... sound mixer
Peter D. Lago ... sound effects editor
Greg Mauer ... foley mixer
Rick Owens ... foley artist
Michael Pisano ... boom operator
Ray Rifice ... sound utility
Steven Utt ... sound editor
Kelly Vandever ... re-recording mixer
Ben Whitver ... foley editor
Brian S.M. Wroth ... dialogue editor
Linda Lew ... foley recordist (uncredited)

Special Effects by

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Thomas Kittle ... special effects coordinator
Sean R. Wilson ... special effects technician

Visual Effects by

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Michael Caplan ... visual effects producer
Eric Heavens ... digital compositor
Miles Reetz ... digital compositor
Dan Schmit ... visual effects supervisor
Adam Simpson ... visual effects editor
Jeff Varga ... digital artist

Stunts

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Kaily Alissano ... stunt performer
Jennifer Badger ... stunt coordinator
David Neil Enfinger ... utility stunts
John Evanko ... stunt rigger
David Brian Martin ... stunt rigger
Nicholas Martin ... stunt performer
Haley Nott ... stunt double: Ashley Benson
Josh Petro ... stunts
Michele Waitman ... stunt double
Joe Nin Williams ... utility stunts (as Joe Williams)
Justin T. Woods ... stunts

Camera and Electrical Department

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Tighe Arnold ... video assist operator
Ben Bardin ... key grip
Frank Boone ... dolly grip
Bruce Braden III ... assistant camera (as Bruce Braden)
David S. Campbell ... camera operator
Stephen Campbell ... camera operator
Nick Colvin ... electrician
Chris Fisher ... assistant camera
Sean Fisher ... grip
Mike L. Germaine ... grip
Nicholas R. Gianneschi ... second assistant camera (as Nicholas Gianneschi)
Marvin Haven ... dolly grip
Kevin Jackson ... best boy grip
Gordy Jorian ... rigging electrician
Peter Kantor ... grip
J. Steven Latham ... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Kevin McKenna ... digital video assist
Megan Morris ... loader
John Oliveri ... second assistant camera: "a" camera
Gene Page ... still photographer
Ken Palladino ... electrician
Humberto Recio ... lighting technician
Patrick Redmond ... super technocrane operator
Louis Smith ... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Shawn Torge ... electrician
Danny Vanzura ... second assistant camera: "b" camera
Marc Wostak ... rigging gaffer

Casting Department

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Jennifer Conrader ... extras casting
Katye Kalivoda ... casting associate
Caitlin McKenna ... adr voice casting (as Caitlin McKenna-Wilkinson)
Melanie Moreno ... extras casting

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Claudia Combee ... set costumer
Lance Hamilton ... set costumer
Samantha Morris ... wardrobe assistant
Candace Rice ... set costumer
Jeanie Sturgeon ... additional costumer

Location Management

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Kyle Photo Bucher ... location intern
Brian Burger ... location assistant
Ilana Foglia ... location production assistant
Andrew Little ... location production assistant
Stacey McGillis ... assistant location manager
Michael Erik Nikolla ... location assistant (as Michael Nikolla)

Music Department

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Paul Di Franco ... music supervisor (as Paul DiFranco)
Tony Dimito ... music editor
Eddie Galan ... composer: additional music
Andrew Hautzenroeder ... music playback operator
Drew Lane ... composer: additional music
Jeremy Sweet ... composer: additional music

Transportation Department

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David Neil Enfinger ... transportation captain
Vickie Raynor Robison ... cast & crew driver (as Vickie Raynor Robison)

Other crew

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Carla Bailey ... craft service assistant
Shawn 'Bigwheel' Bidwell ... production assistant
John Bonaccorse ... key set production assistant
Justin Brown ... stand-in
Jennifer Bushnell ... legal assistant
Andrew Campbell ... set production assistant
Craig Chamberlin ... stand-in
Whitney Costner ... stand-in
Joan Egan Foglia ... production accountant (as Joan Egan) / production accountant
Veronica Frehm ... assistant: Mr. Rash
Tony Gonzalez ... choreographer
Patty Harrigan ... production secretary
Jacci Herman ... office production assistant
Junie Joseph ... stand-in
Jenna Kehrli ... production assistant
Krystian Lagowski ... set production assistant
Karen Manuel ... production assistant
Michael J. McCarthy ... key craft service
Meredith McIvor ... assistant production coordinator
Eliazar Mendoza ... intern
Tammy Middleton ... production assistant
Jennifer L. Miller ... stand-in
Dimitri Molimis ... accounting assistant / production assistant
Michelle Montgomery ... adr loop group
Megan Morris ... set production assistant
Gary Sewell ... payroll accountant
Kathleen M. Shea ... first assistant accountant
Sheryl Sirmons ... first assistant accountant
Amy R. Trachtman ... assistant production coordinator
Kathryn Waters ... script supervisor
Heather Wilk ... production assistant
Alice Wymer ... production coordinator
Warren Christophel ... production assistant (uncredited)
Lisa Gooding ... production executive (uncredited)
Michael Paul Reyes ... production assistant (uncredited)
Marc Rothberg ... production assistant (uncredited)
Heather Wilcox ... production assistant (uncredited)

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Southern California high school senior Carson arrives at the all-important "Cheer Camp Nationals" determined to lead her squad, the West High Sharks, to victory. But chic New Yorker Brooke and her team, the East High Jets, are equally steadfast in their pursuit of the competition's coveted "Spirit Stick." As tension mounts between the two rival squads, Carson falls for fellow cheerleader Penn, not realizing he's a Jet. When Brooke discovers the budding romance, she raises the stakes by challenging Carson to a one-on-one cheer-off. A spectacular "cheer fighting" sequence erupts into a no-holds-barred brawl and cheerleaders on both sides are suspended from the competition. With their dreams of taking home the top prize all but shattered, the leaders of both squads realize they'll have to take drastic measures to stay in the game. Written by Universal Pictures

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Also Known As
  • Bring It on 4 (United States)
  • Bring It on 4ever (United States)
  • Bring It on 4: All 4-Ever (Japan, English title)
  • American Girls 4: La guerre des blondes (France)
  • Girls United - Alles auf Sieg (Germany)
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  • 90 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia The spirit stick used in this movie is the same one used in the first movie in the series, Bring It On (2000). See more »
Goofs The blonde in Reuban's hair switches sides throughout the movie. See more »
Movie Connections Followed by Bring It On: Fight to the Finish (2009). See more »
Soundtracks He Said She Said See more »
Quotes Carson: Why him? Why now?
Aisha: Why who?
Carson: Aisha, I met this guy!
Aisha: What? I wasn't even sure you remember what guys were!
Carson: His name is Penn, and he is SOOO...
Aisha: Carson, breathe!
Carson: He's awesome, and smart! But in a good way. And he's HOOTTT! CALIENTE hot! Aisha, I wanted to lick his abs!
Aisha: But you didn't, right?
Carson: No! I need to focus, and that means NO cute guys. Right now, beating the Jets is my top priority.
Aisha: Good, and you're doing the right thing.
Carson: I know...
Aisha: So, can I have him?
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