Legally Blonde : Red, White and Blonde overwhelmed the mid 2000s. At the point when the first Legally Blonde film was released around 19 years ago, people fell in love with the gorgeous Reese Witherspoon as Elle Woods—the movie made over $141 million from the box office sales around the world, hinting about the second film for the series.
Since Legally Blonde is regularly hailed as one of the best and most entertaining comedies, it’s no big surprise that fans are sitting tight, anxiously for updates on a threequel. Thankfully, our wish came true! The establishment is scheduled to come back to the big screen with a third film, after 17 years Legally Blonde 2 hit theatres.
Witherspoon originally affirmed a third film in June 2018.
Witherspoon took to Instagram to make the declaration that Legally Blonde 3 is officially going to happen. To make the declaration, she posted a short video of herself in Elle’s sequinned hot pink swimsuit, sunbathing on a pool float. “It’s true… #LegallyBlonde3,” she wrote for the post.
Mindy Kaling is composing the script.
Kaling is collaborating with Brooklyn Nine-Nine creator Dan Goor to write the Legally Blonde 3 script. The pair also collaborated on a Kaling/Priyanka Chopra wedding satire, which is in progress at Universal. Witherspoon additionally co-featured with Kaling in Ava DuVernay’s A Wrinkle in Time in 2018.
Most of the original cast members from the previous two movies would be returning, but for now, the main confirmed names are of Reese Witherspoon repeating the focal character and Jennifer Coolidge as Paulette Bonafonte. Fans will have to wait more to hear the official updates on the return of Holland Taylor, Matthew Davis, Luke Wilson, Selma Blair, Victor Garber, Ali Larter and Linda Cardellini in the third part.
There’s no official release date.
It’s still unclear when the film will hit theatres, however IMDB stated that the pre-production of the movie was expected to begin in May 2020. With the expansion of new writers and the coronavirus pandemic delaying almost all productions, this date will also probably move back.