Bring It On was cheering "victory" at the box office over the weekend. According to early estimates, the cheerleading flick starring Kirsten Dunst opened at No. 1, grossing a "rah"-worthy $17.4 million. The modestly budgeted picture (it was made for a reported $10 million) blew away the weekend's other newcomers, The Art of War and The Crew. War, the critically ambushed Wesley Snipes actioner, debuted in second place with $11.2 million while the Richard Dreyfuss/Burt Reynolds geriatric mob comedy The Crew was D.O.A. at No. 7 with $4.1 million. Last week's top movie, The Cell, fell to No. 3 with $9.6 million. Rounding out the top five were Space Cowboys at No. 4 ($6.6 million) and The Original Kings of Comedy ($6.1 million).