Reese Witherspoon confirms 'Legally Blonde 3'

Reese Witherspoon

She decides to follow him to law school and while she is there figures out that there is more to her than just her looks.

Reese Witherspoon, who played Woods in the original 2001 "Legally Blonde" and subsequent sequel in 2003, confirmed on Thursday that she will reprise the character for a third time. Although the plot is being kept under wraps, it will reportedly stick with the tone of the original film, in which Elle Woods gives up her life as a sorority girl to go to Harvard and win back her boyfriend, eventually discovering her true self and her passion for law. "It's true... #LegallyBlonde3", wrote the actress on the post, which is a shot of her floating in a pool dressed in a bedazzled pink bikini. In case you forgot, the Oscar victor is referencing her character Elle Woods' Harvard admissions video that she made instead of a traditional admissions essay.

Ava Phillipe and Reese Witherspoon. Then, not only does she earn a diploma, she earns a measure of self-respect in the process.

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Witherspoon has had her hands full lately, gearing up for Season 2 of "Big Little Lies" and her new Apple TV show with Jennifer Aniston; the actresses will star in and produce a behind-the-scenes drama series about a TV morning show. "I think it's a really great time to talk about women in politics because we need more women in politics".

She continued, "I don't see women at the center of their own movies as much as I would like to".

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