Reese Witherspoon
Aline Brosh McKenna's fizzy Netflix feature is just the kind of cute, predictable, and forgettable entry that should soothe all fans of the genre.
"Guys, I don't know what's going to happen!" Witherspoon said of detailing the entire 2010 rom-com after the in-flight movie stalled.
Coolidge said last year she has yet to be contacted to reprise her role of manicurist Paulette Bonafonté.
"The Devil Wears Prada" and "27 Dresses" screenwriter Aline Brosh McKenna writes and directs Kutcher's return to romantic comedies.
Alexander Payne will write and direct the follow-up to his 1999 comedy at Paramount+.
"Let's keep asking, it might just come true," Dern said of convincing HBO to greenlight a third season.
"The only reason 'Sweet Home Alabama' was made was because of 'Legally Blonde,'" director Andy Tennant said.
The casts of "Succession," "Euphoria," and "Ted Lasso" strut their stuff on the red carpet.
The actress hopes Elle Woods' return to the big screen lands as smoothly as Pete "Maverick" Mitchell's did.
Vivian Kensington (Blair) and Elle Woods (Reese Witherspoon) were originally meant to have a romantic ending that was scrapped after test audiences reacted poorly.
Delia Owens' 2018 novel involves alleged real-life ties to unsolved murders and questionable racial politics.
From "What? Like it's hard?" to "I'll show you valuable Elle Woods can be."
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