Reese Witherspoon finally makes a third part of Elle Woods story. After the pink heels of Legally Blonde from 2001
The plot: What is it about?
Reese Witherspoon, star of the film, confirmed Legal Blonde 3 in June 2018.
"It's true … # LegalBlonde3," Witherspoon posted on Instagram next to a video by Elle Woods, which has a pool in one pink bikini. Witherspoon told CNET sister site ET in June 2019 details and said she wanted Elle to "go on a hero's journey," as she did in the original film. "[We have] a script, but we have not done anything yet," Witherspoon said at the time.
Cast and Crew: Who is in it?
According to IMDb, the official cast of Legally Blonde 3 includes:
"[There are] Some recurring characters and some new characters," Witherspoon said in ET in June 2019. Even Luke Wilson, who plays Elle's love interest Emmett Richmond, said he "definitely would."
"I can not imagine anything more fun," Wilson said about the return to sequel.
"It's entirely up to Reese," said Jennifer Coolidge, who played Paulette Bonafonte. "I would do another."
"Yes!" Ali Larter, who played Brooke Taylor-Windham, said when he asked if she would return.
"Nothing confirmed yet, we'll see," said Matthew Davis, who played the much-hyped Warner Huntington III.
] "I would be there immediately if asked," said Regina King of Legal Blonde 2.
Even Linda Cardellini, who played the killer of the first film, Chutney Windham, said she would return. "I will not go perm if I have to," she said. "Or full perm, whatever you need, I'll be there."
Jessica Cauffiel, who played Elle's sister Margot, also announced on Instagram that she would "retire" to join the sequel.
Release Date: When can I see it?
The film arrives on Valentine's Day 2020 confirmed MGM Studios on Instagram.
Rumors: What could the film cover?
The first film covered Elle's run at Harvard Law School, while the second focused on her move from Boston to Washington DC lobby for a bill prohibiting animal testing for cosmetics. At the end of the second episode, Elle hinted at new husband Emmett that she might want to live in the White House.
In Legal Blondes – the forgotten third episode of the series, which ran directly on DVD and on the Disney Channel – – It is claimed that Elle has become a successful lobbyist in Washington DC. This 2009 film followed a series of teen identical twins with British accents that were supposed to be Elle's cousins.
We'll have to wait and see if the third film describes Elle's journey from a lobbyist to the White House itself.