‘Legally Blonde 3’ is an upcoming American comedy film directed by Jamie Suk and written by Dan Goor , Mindy Kaling, Karen McCullah and Kirsten Smith.
It is a sequel to the 2003 film Legally Blonde 2 and the third film in the Legally Blonde series.
It is produced by Jason Cloth, Aaron L. Gilbert, Marc Platt and Reese Witherspoon will also produce “Legally Blonde 3” though her company, Hello Sunshine.
Though it’s been nearly two decades since we first witnessed the bend and snap, love of Elle Woods and the whole Legally Blonde franchise has remained strong.
There have been rumblings about a third film for a while, but now it seems developments are finally picking up steam.
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‘Legally blonde 3’ Cast
- Reese Witherspoon as Elle Woods
- Alanna Ubach as Serena
- Jennifer Coolidge as Paulette Parcelle
- Jessica Cauffiel as Margot
- Selma Blair as Vivian Kensington
- Matthew Davis as Warner Huntington III
- Ali Larter as Brooke Taylor Windham
- Holland Taylor as Professor Stromwell
- Alanna Ubach as Serena McGuire
- Luke Wilson as Emmett Richmond
Legally Blonde 3 trailer: When will there be a trailer for Legally Blonde 3?
The trailer is not yet. Given filming hasn’t started, but with a 2022 release date, we’re hoping for a late 2021 trailer.
Given how up in the air much of the film industry is at the moment, however, everything is subject to change.
‘Legally blonde 3’ Release date: When is it coming out?
Way back when it was very first announced, the movie had a targeted 2020 release date: Valentine’s Day. Welp, that ain’t happening.
MGM announced on October 20, 2020 that the threequel would be out in cinemas in May 20, 2022.
Though this is two years from its initial date, with the addition of new writers and the coronavirus pandemic delaying nearly every production, that initial date moved back.
Where can you stream Legally Blonde 3
Not yet streaming online.
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“Legally Blonde” originally debuted in 2001 and became a huge hit, earning $141 million at the box office. The comedy centers on Elle Woods, a pink-clad sorority girl president who gets a law degree from Harvard to win back her ex-boyfriend.
The cast also featured Luke Wilson, Selma Blair and Jennifer Coolidge.
A sequel, “Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde” was released in 2013 and followed Elle to Washington D.C. as she fights to pass a law called Bruiser’s Bill, an effort to stop make-up testing on animals.
Though the follow-up was saddled with negative reviews, that didn’t affect ticket sales. It grossed nearly $125 million globally.
We’ve known a third, official installment is coming for some time, but now we know exactly when. Legally Blonde 3 will hit theaters May 20, 2022 — the perfect amount of time to get my opening night lewk squared away.
We can’t wait to see how the Big Little Lies actress approaches the role in today’s world or how scriptwriters Mindy Kaling and Dan Goor will forward her narrative.
We’ll have to wait and see whether the third movie will cover Elle’s journey from a lobbyist into the White House itself.