Elle Woods For President? Reese Witherspoon Tells The World To Prepare For …

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BLOGS OF THE DAY: Reese says it’s the right time for a Legally Blonde sequel.

Hollywood star Reese Witherspoon wants to get back to playing one of her most popular characters Elle Woods from Legally Blonde. The actress got fans’ hopes up during a recent appearance on Lifetime’s Fashionably Late talk show, hosted by Rachel Zoe, by saying that she thinks we’re ready to see what Elle’s been up to. “I actually think it’s kind of great right now because we’re talking about women in politics and how important that is to get more women.It’s been 14 years since Reese Witherspoon introduced America to the leading lady who became an instant classic: blond, boisterous and blindly ambitious Elle Woods, epicenter of the “Legally Blonde” empire. The 39-year-old actress said although she is not the one to decide about the project, she would love to see everyone’s favourite Gemini vegetarian as president, said The Hollywood Reporter. “I think it would be cool. 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.” Marvel Studios is getting busy with its deal-making.

She made it into Harvard’s law school, saved a friend from prison, fell in love with the good guy and wrapped the whole thing up with an inspirational speech. Less than two weeks after dating a slew of movies including an Ant-Man sequel for 2018, the studio is in negotiations with Peyton Reed to return as director of Ant-Man and the Wasp. Though between a new film with Matt Damon from Election director Alexander Payne and a TV miniseries with Nicole Kidman, it’s pretty likely Witherspoon wouldn’t have time to relaunch the saga of Elle Woods any time soon.

I mean, yeah.” Of course, “Legally Blonde,” launched the 39-year-old actress’s journey to becoming a household name. “Sweet Home Alabama” came the next year, followed by nearly 20 films, including non-rom-coms “Walk the Line,” “Water for Elephants” and “Wild.” Witherspoon became a producer, philanthropist and, this year, entrepreneur, with the opening of her lifestyle store “Draper James.” She gave little indication of whether this “Legally Blonde 3″ drop was a planned promotional leak or her own aspiration: “I don’t know,” she said smiling. “Call MGM. Sedentary behaviour is an important risk factor for diabetes, hypertension, and obesity, but it’s unclear whether it also increases the risk of chronic kidney disease. I have no idea.” But the seed has certainly been planted, and if the franchise is anything like, um, the entire history of Hollywood, we will soon be seeing Elle Woods take on politics once again.

Dominique Ferranti, Srini Beddhu, MD and their colleagues examined this topic in 5,873 adults in whom intensity and duration of physical activities were measured. The movie opens in the home of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, where the esteemed justice is napping, perhaps in practice for the next State of the Union address.

There’s a knock at the door. “Come in,” Ginsburg says, and we get our first glimpse of Elle at age 40: still blond, still in a pink suit, different rat-like dog. (R.I.P., Bruiser.) Elle unbuttons her blazer to reveal a “Notorious R.B.G.” T-shirt. “Is today the day, your honor?” she asks. Elle and Emmett have moved into an adorable rowhouse near H Street N.E., where they live happily, contributing to gentrification and going on occasional rants about what a drag Sundays at Trader Joe’s are.

She quickly learns from John Oliver that democracy is actually a joke, and the people who live in the nation’s capitol are not represented by any voting members of Congress. Appalled by the New York Times investigation into nail salons, Elle takes it upon herself to save the beauty industry. “I don’t have time for union lobbyists today,” she tells her (male) secretary, “I have been getting manicures for $10 my entire life and not thinking about the wage theft consequences!” Good ol’ Paulette gets on board, played by Jennifer Coolidge. In this “Legally Blonde”/”Sweet Home Alabama”/”Cruel Intentions” mash-up, Elle is fighting to keep violin lessons in the Alabama schools, despite allegations of student-teacher misconduct on beaches during lightning storms. Reporter’s note: Dear MGM, please just make a movie starring Joe & Ruth, it will earn much more money than another movie about Elle Woods, and it is your duty to America.

Insiders say then-President Hillary Clinton was responsible, with her staff threatening MGM that the world can handle only one blond Leader of the Free World at a time. At first Witherspoon refused to shut the project down but was persuaded when President Clinton sends multiple videos of Bill doing the “Bend and Snap” around the West Wing.

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