Legally Blonde 3

Legally Blonde is an American Comedy movie released in 2001. Robert Luketic is the director of the movie. The movie is one of the numerous successful comedy sagas. 

The movie released on July 13, 2001. It was a hit as it grossed over $141 million worldwide on an $18 million budget. 

The movie is also a recipient of nomination for a Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture: Musical or Comedy.

The success of the movie in the box-office lead the creators to release the second part of the movie in 2003, Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde.

There have been several spin-offs since then.


The story revolves around Fashion merchandising student Elle Woods. Elle goes out on a date to a fancy restaurant by his rich boyfriend, Warner Huntington III. She expects him to propose her in the restaurant, but he breaks up with her instead.

Warner breaks up because he wants to attend Haward and become a successful politician and belives that Elle isn’t serious enough. 

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This instigates Elle to do something and prove that she is worthy of winning him back. So she prepares and clears the Law School Admission Test. She gets into Haward as well.

The plot takes a hilarious toll when she meets her classmate, who has a completely different personality than Elle.

The story is about Elle trying to get into the lifestyle of Haward and also winning back Warner, who somehow gets into another relationship with his ex-girlfriend.

Soon at the end, Elle proves herself and Warner tries to come back to her. But, she dumps Warner because he only came to her when she became popular.

Legally Blonde 3:

Witherspoon, back in 2018, announced the third season through her Instagram handle.

According to IMDb, the pre-production was to commence in May 2020. But, Pandemic has significantly delayed everything. 

We can expect the third part to come out somewhere in 2022.


  • Reese Witherspoon as Elle Woods
  • Moonie as Bruiser Woods
  • Luke Wilson as Emmett Richmond
  • Selma Blair as Vivian Kensington
  • Matthew Davis as Warner Huntington III
  • Victor Garber as Professor Callahan
  • Jennifer Coolidge as Paulette Bonafonté
  • Holland Taylor as Professor Elspeth Stromwell
  • Ali Larter as Brooke Taylor-Windham
  • Jessica Cauffiel as Margot
  • Alanna Ubach as Serena McGuire
  • Oz Perkins as David Kidney
  • Linda Cardellini as Chutney Windham
  • Bruce Thomas as UPS Guy
  • Meredith Scott Lynn as Enid Wexler
  • Wayne Federman as Harvard Admissions Counselor
  • Raquel Welch as Mrs Windham-Vandermark
  • Greg Serano as Enrique Salvatore