Released in 2000, 'Bring It On' followed Torrance Shipman (Kirsten Dunst) who inherits the title of captain of her cheerleading squad and endeavors to lead them to their sixth consecutive win at the National Cheerleading Competition. There's only one problem: their newest recruit, the rebellious Missy (Eliza Dushku), informs the new captain that they've been using stolen routines to win the title for years, unbeknownst to Torrance.
'Bring It On' was a hit at the box office, and received somewhat positive reviews for its smart script and spoofing of cheerleading culture. The film has gone on to gain a cult following on home media over the years, and spawned four direct-to-video sequels. Now, 14 years later, we revisit the cast of this beloved teen comedy to see what they're up to these days.
Justin Theroux has been around the block in terms of random TV appearances -- 'Six Feet Under,' 'Alias,' 'The District,' 'Spin City,' 'Ally McBeal' -- his most noteworthy of late being on 'Parks and Rec' as one of Leslie's past boyfriends. But last night, we were watching the Style channel -- naturally -- during which time a 'Sex and the City' marathon was taking place, and all the while we couldn't help but see Jesse Bradford's face instead of a young Theroux.