Legally Blonde is an American comedy film. The Director of the film is Robert Luketic. It was released on July 13, 2001, and was produced by Marc Platt and Ric Kidney. The film was based on a light-toned, who was dominated by fashion and beauty.
The budget of the film was $18 million, but the film grossed over $141 million all over the world.
The film received awards and also nominated for Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Pictures in music and comedy. It was ranked 29th on Bravo’s 2007 list of ‘100 Funniest Movies’.
The lead actress of the film, Reese Witherspoon, also received Golden Globe nomination for Best Actress and MTV Movie Award for Best Female Performance.
The story is about a girl Elle, whose boyfriend Warner, left her. For his future studies, as he thinks that she is not serious about her life. Elle finds this as a motivation, and she applies for a professor’s internship.
There she works under Professor Callahan, but after some time, she discovers that he wants to seduce her. Elle quits her internship and return home. Brooke fires Callahan for his behavior and replace it with Elle.
Cast of Legally Blonde
- Resse Witherspoon as Elle Woods
- Selma Blair as Vivian Kensington
- Moonie as Bruiser Woods
- Mathew Davis as Warner Huntington
- Victor Garber as Professor Callahan
- Oz Perkins as David Kidney
Release Date of Legally Blonde: Season 3
According to rumors, the pre-production of the third season was expected to start in May 2020, but due to COVID-19, the production may be a delay.
In this season, there will be a new and fresh script, in which Reese Witherspoon will be there with awesome feminist ideas and fashion.
Reese Witherspoon mentioned in her Instagram that she is happy because Mindy Kaling and Dan Goor are the writers of the season third of legally Blonde.