'On The Road' Is Not A 'Bring It On' Sequel

Here is a rather obvious yet potentially necessary bit of info: "On the Road" is not a sequel to 2000's "Bring It On." Sure, both movies star Kirsten Dunst and feature high-stepping of the highest order, but that's pretty much where the similarities end. Apparently, though, someone forgot to tell a group of fans lined up outside the film's Toronto premiere, because as Kiki tried to tell MTV News' Josh Horowitz about her most recent screening of the Jack Kerouac adaptation, a round of Tony Basil's "Mickey" (which you may remember from a certain cheertastic flick) broke out.

For her part, Kirsten seemed to get a kick out of the sing-a-long, enthusing, "I love it!" with a big grin on her face. We kind of love it too, Kirsten.

But back to more serious issues! Such as when Kirsten first happened upon the Beatnik novel.

"I first encountered it because I had a crush on a boy, and it was his favorite book, so I read it because of him," she said.

Now, we've sampled our fair share of questionable pop culture attempting to get our flirt on with a member of the opposite sex, so one could do much worse than an iconic novel beloved by so many.

"On the Road" hits theaters December 21.

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