Candyman release date

As the coronavirus pandemic continues, Hollywood studios are doing their best to peer into the future and predict slots in which they can drop new movies into theaters again. Today, Universal and MGM have unveiled the latest Candyman release date for the highly anticipated horror remake, while MGM are planting a flag for the long-gestating Legally Blonde 3. Get the details below.
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legally blonde 3 writers

Mindy Kaling and Brooklyn Nine-Nine creator Dan Goor are giving the Legally Blonde 3 script a makeover. Kaling and Goor have signed on as the Legally Blonde 3 writers to pen the fabulous new adventures of Reese Witherspoon‘s Elle Woods in the star’s long-awaited return to the iconic role.

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legally blonde 3 release date

All this week we’ve had butterflies — and it’s thanks to the recent reports that MGM is moving forward with Legally Blonde 3. Now, MGM Studios has officially announced a release date, just a few hours after Reese Witherspoon confirmed that she was reprising the role as feminist icon Elle Woods.

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legally blonde 3

Oh, (bend and) snap! Legally Blonde 3 is moving forward at MGM, which is in talks with Reese Witherspoon to reprise her role as the fabulous, pink-clad law student and feminist icon Elle Woods.

Legally Blonde 3 will come more than 17 years after the original film’s release, and 15 years after its politically-themed sequel, Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde. That is, if you don’t count the direct-to-video sequel Legally Blondes, of course.

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Legally Blonde 2

Is Elle Woods gunning for the White House? We haven’t seen the preternaturally perky lawyer/activist since 2003’s fairly terrible Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde, but actress Reese Witherspoon says the time is right for a Legally Blonde 3. And as far as she’s concerned, the sky’s the limit for the character. Watch Witherspoon comment on the possibility of a Legally Blonde 3 after the jump.

Update: Luke Wilson is also up for a Legally Blonde 3. “Apparently, [the sequel] wasn’t as highly thought of as the first one,” he told James Corden. “That’s why we need to do [a third film], to win everybody back.” Watch him talk Legally Blonde below. Read More »