Selma Blair desires a cameo look in ‘Legally Blonde 3’


Actress Selma Blair says she is hoping to “not less than make a cameo” in “Legally Blonde 3.”

Launched in 2001, the unique “Legally Blonde” starred Reece Witherspoon as Elle Woods, a California sorority president turned Harvard Legislation scholar. The 2003 sequel “Legally Blonde 2: Crimson, White & Blonde” ended with Elle setting her sights on the White Home.

Blair, who performed Vivian Kensington – Elle’s romantic rival turned good friend – within the traditional comedy, opened up about reprising her function throughout a latest look on Evan Ross Katz’s podcast, “Shut Up Evan.”

Selma Blair desires a cameo look in ‘Legally Blonde 3’

“I’m hoping, hoping that that legacy can proceed, as a result of that was … Speak concerning the good issues in life. That film is without doubt one of the good issues in life. It’s a spotlight. I actually really feel like, ‘Yeah, my obit’s gonna look okay.’” Blair, who can be identified for her work in movies like “Merciless Intentions” and “Hellboy,” mentioned.

Witherspoon initially introduced that the third installment of the franchise was within the works in 2018, tweeting a clip of herself within the character’s trademark pink bikini, floating on a lilo in a swimming pool. The caption merely learn: “It’s true… #LegallyBlonde3.”

Mindy Kaling, who’s writing the screenplay together with “Parks and Recreation” alum Dan Goor, informed TODAY final month that the forthcoming sequel will give attention to an upbeat, pink-loving Woods within the current day.

Initially set for launch in Might 2022, the movie has now been delayed indefinitely.

Revisiting Vivian could be an enormous win for Blair, who has change into an advocate for growing the visibility of individuals with disabilities in Hollywood since being identified with a number of sclerosis in 2018. The illness impacts the mind and spinal wire and results in issues with imaginative and prescient, arm or leg motion, sensation or stability.

“There’s a motion taking place and the leisure business must be part of this cultural shift,” she wrote in a column for Selection, printed Tuesday. “Everybody advantages from accessibility as a result of it opens up work to a wider, extra numerous viewers.”