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‘Legally Blonde’ Prequel Series Ordered by Amazon

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‘Legally Blonde’ Prequel Series Ordered by Amazon

‘Legally Blonde’ Prequel Series Ordered by Amazon

‘Legally Blonde’ Prequel Series , Ordered by Amazon.

‘Legally Blonde’ Prequel Series , Ordered by Amazon.

A series order for 'Elle' was announced on May 13, according to 'The Hollywood Reporter.'.

The prequel series will tell Elle Woods' origin story as she navigates high school in the 1990s.

'Elle' follows Elle Woods in high school as we learn about the life experiences that shaped her into the iconic young woman we came to know and love in the first 'Legally Blonde' film, Via series synopsis.

Reese Witherspoon will executive produce with her Hello Sunshine media company.

Witherspoon issued a statement about the development.

I truly couldn’t be more excited about this series!, Reese Witherspoon, via statement.

Fans will get to know how Elle Woods navigated her world as a teenager with her distinct personality and ingenuity, in ways that only our beloved Elle could do.

What could be better than that?

, Reese Witherspoon, via statement.

I’m extremely grateful to the incredible teams at Prime Video and Hello Sunshine — along with our amazing writer Laura Kittrell — for making this dream of mine come true.

'Legally Blonde' is back!”, Reese Witherspoon, via statement.

Vernon Sanders, head of television for Amazon MGM Studios, also issued a statement.

One of the most quotable, iconic, and beloved characters that is ingrained in the fabric of Hollywood history has to be Elle Woods, and we are honored to bring her origin story to our global Prime Video customers, Vernon Sanders, head of television for Amazon MGM Studios, via statement.

Casting for the teenage Elle character has yet to be revealed.


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