Reese Witherspoon, known for her iconic role as Elle Woods in the original 2001 “Legally Blonde,” confirmed early Thursday afternoon that she would be returning to the big screen for a third time.
— MGM Studios (@MGM_Studios) June 7, 2018
“Legally Blonde” follows a sorority girl, attempting to win back her ex-boyfriend by getting a law degree from Harvard University. Known for her upbeat personality and a wardrobe full of pink, Woods story reminds viewers that they should “always have faith” in themselves.
IF SHE DOESNT TAKE THE WHITE HOUSE IN #LegallyBlonde3 ILL EXPECT A NUMBER 4
— Abbie Brady (@abbiejean1230) June 5, 2018
A video of Witherspoon, was first shared on the actress’ Instagram and Twitter page. She was dressed in a pink bikini, floating in a pool — referencing a scene in the movie. Witherspoon wrote the caption, “It’s true…#LegallyBlonde3,” and social media went crazy.
The original blockbuster film, was a success, grossing $141. 8 million worldwide. The sequel, “Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde,” followed behind making $124.9 million at the box office. It is set in the nation’s capital, and focuses on Woods career as she expands into the world of politics.
Hello Sunshine is set to produce the next film in 2020.
— Christine (@SteeenHirschi) June 4, 2018
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