‘Legally Blonde 3’ Movie In the Works? Elle Woods as Supreme Court Justice or President?


It has been more than ten years since we last saw Elle Woods in “Legally Blonde.” American actress and producer Reese Witherspoon, who played Elle in past sequels, thinks that the time has come for Elle to return in another “Legally Blonde” movie.

The Washington Post reported that Witherspoon was interviewed on Lifetime’s Fashionably Late. When asked about her stance on the possibility of making “Legally Blonde 3” happen, she responded with, “I think we’re ready to see Elle and see what she’s up to lately.”

The site mentioned how Witherspoon’s career skyrocketed after “Legally Blonde” was shown in 2001. The following year after the movie, Witherspoon eventually starred in another hit movie, “Sweet Home Alabama.” She then starred in 20 other more films including “Walk The Line,” “Water for Elephants,” and “Wild” which are not romantic comedy films.

The actress have become a producer (having produced the pyschological thriller movie “Gone Girl”), a philantrophist, and soon, an entrepreneur as she will open her lifestyle store, “Draper James,” this year.

Witherspoon said that she thinks it’s a great time for “Legally Blonde 3” to happen because of women becoming interested in politics. She said that it is important to get more women run for office.

Vanity Fair noted that the actress might be pertaining to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Clinton is currently seeking to become the Democratic Party’s official candidate in the upcoming US Presidential Elections.

And what would Elle Woods be in “Legally Blonde 3?”

Witherspoon said, “And I think it’d be kind of a cool thing to have her be a Supreme Court justice or someone who runs for office…President? I mean, yeah.”

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However, Vanity Fair mentioned that Witherspoon has other projects to star in such as the movie “Election” and a TV miniseries. With her tight schedule, it looks like Witherspoon might have not enough time for “Legally Blonde 3.”

Wouldn’t it be great to see the Harvard Law Graduate seated at the White House?

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