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Health & Fit The director of 'Bring It On' reveals the memorable brushing teeth scene wasn't in the original script

06:45  11 october  2020
06:45  11 october  2020 Source:   msn.com

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Looking back on the 20th anniversary of " Bring It On ," director Peyton Reed says he is most fond of the movie's more intimate and simple scene : when Torrance and Cliff brush their teeth together. The scene over the years has become a standout simply because it epitomizes teenage sexual tension

Bring It On fans, rejoice! The beloved cheerleading comedy might be getting a real follow-up after all. To coincide with the 20th anniversary of its US release this month, writer Jessica Bendinger and The director of ' Bring It On ' reveals the memorable brushing teeth scene wasn ' t in the original script .

Kirsten Dunst and Jesse Bradford in © Provided by INSIDER Kirsten Dunst and Jesse Bradford in "Bring It On." Universal Pictures
  • "Bring It On" director Peyton Reed explained to Insider why he loves the brushing teeth scene in the movie.
  • It conveys sexual tension without actors Kirsten Dunst and Jesse Bradford saying a word.
  • Reed revealed that the scene, which has become one of the most memorable moments in the movie, was not in the original script.
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Looking back on the 20th anniversary of "Bring It On," director Peyton Reed says he is most fond of the movie's more intimate and simple scene: when Torrance and Cliff brush their teeth together.

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The director of ' Bring It On ' reveals the memorable brushing teeth scene wasn ' t in the original script . Director Peyton Reed loves the scene because it is able to convey sexual tension without either actor saying a single word.

" Bring It On " director Peyton Reed explained to Insider why he loves the brushing teeth scene in the movie. It conveys sexual tension without actors Kirsten Dunst and Jesse Bradford saying a word. Reed revealed that the scene , which has become one of the most memorable moments in the movie, was

The scene over the years has become a standout simply because it epitomizes teenage sexual tension without either character saying a single word.

The scene takes place in the movie when Torrance (Kirsten Dunst) sleeps over at Missy's (Eliza Dushku) house and while heading to the bathroom sees Missy's brother, Cliff (Jesse Bradford), rocking out on his guitar in his bedroom. We've already seen that those two have a little spark. When Missy catches Torrance eyeing her brother, Torrance quickly plays dumb and says she can't find the bathroom.

Once Torrance is in the bathroom brushing her teeth, Cliff suddenly appears and the two are side-by-side brushing both their teeth. Occasionally, the two will give looks and giggles at one another as they brush and spit in the sink. Cliff finally finishes, smiles at Torrance, and walks out of the bathroom.

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The director of ' Bring It On ' reveals the memorable brushing teeth scene wasn ' t in the original script . Director Peyton Reed loves the scene because it is able to convey sexual tension without either actor saying a single word.

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It's one of the most memorable scenes in the movie, and Reed admits it wasn't even in the original script.

"It was something that we added later, and I liked that it's a completely wordless scene," Reed told Insider. "The two of them got really into it, and the stuff that Kirsten did where she's spitting in the sink and hiding it with her hand, that was really fun. To me, it felt like a Frank Capra movie, like 'It Happened One Night,' where it's fraught with sexual tension. I was really pleased."

Check out the scene in all its glory here:

More from "Bring It On" 20th anniversary:

  • The director of "Bring It On" teases a possible sequel that has original cast members
  • James Franco auditioned for "Bring It On" as Kirsten Dunst's love interest

Read our entire 20th anniversary "Bring It On" interview with Peyton Reed.

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