A lot of the routines carried out by the Toros and the Clovers featured stunts which might be thought-about unlawful in highschool competitions.

“There are illegal strikes,” Reed confirmed in an interview with HuffPost. “There are some collegiate strikes in there that aren’t highschool strikes…that will most likely be disqualified. On the time, after we have been making the film, if considered one of these items got here up, we erred on the aspect of what works dramatically or what labored finest for us visually.” That is alright, that is OK with us!

The movie’s ending was some extent of rivalry among the many filmmakers, as there was a divide when it got here to which cheer squad ought to win Nationals.

Spoiler alert:

The Clovers would take house the trophy.

“I bear in mind there was an entire debate about who was going to win, and there have been folks within the combine that have been like, ‘Properly, Kirsten’s the lead, the Toros must win,’” Reed recalled to MTV. “Properly, nah, that is not the story…they did a tremendous job. However they got here in second to the opposite workforce, and it was a life lesson for her.”