Bend and snap — a third installment of Legally Blonde may be in the works!
On Wednesday, March 15, Reese Witherspoon (aka Elle Woods) opened up about reprising her role in another part of the film — and boy would that be the best thing ever!
"I think it would be kind of cool to see her 15 years later. Like, what's she doing now? What do you think? I don't know. But I need a good idea," the 40-year-old actress revealed on The Late Late Show. The original movie hit theaters in 2001 and the sequel in 2003.
Reese as Elle Woods in Legally Blonde. (Photo Credit: R/R)
Host James Corden then suggested Elle Woods could be the next President of the US. "She could, yeah," Reese agreed. "She could be a Supreme Court Justice, or she could be a really great, powerful attorney... or she could be in prison!"
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"She could be anything," the mom-of-three added. "I don't know!"
Reese is all about reprising her roles lately! In a previous interview, she revealed she'd love to play Melanie Carmichael in Sweet Home Alabama again. "I love Sweet Home Alabama!" she gushed of the 2002 film, in which she co-starred alongside Patrick Dempsey. "We are not making a sequel that I know of, but if Disney wants to call me, I would happily make a Sweet Home Alabama 2!"
Click through the gallery below to see the cast of Legally Blonde then and now!
Throughout her more than 20 years in the spotlight, Reese has starred in movies Election, Sweet Home Alabama, Water for Elephants, Wild and Hot Pursuit. The mom-of-three won an Oscar for her performance as the late June Carter Cash in the 2005 flick Walk the Line.
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