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Elle Woods heads to Washington D.C. to join the staff of a congresswoman in order to pass a bill to ban animal testing. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Reese Witherspoon ... Elle Woods

Sally Field ... Rep. Victoria Rudd

Regina King ... Grace Rossiter

Jennifer Coolidge ... Paulette

Bruce McGill ... Stanford Marks

Dana Ivey ... Congresswoman Libby Hauser

Mary Lynn Rajskub ... Reena Giuliani

Jessica Cauffiel ... Margot

Alanna Ubach ... Serena McGuire

J Barton ... Timothy McGinn

Stanley Anderson ... Michael Blaine

Bruce Thomas ... UPS Guy

Bob Newhart ... Sid Post

Luke Wilson ... Emmett Richmond

Ruth Williamson ... Madeline Kroft

Jack McGee ... Detective Finchley

Amir Talai ... Associate

Greg Harris ... Mailroom Guy (as Zia Harris)

Sam Pancake ... Kevin

Octavia Spencer ... Security Guard (as Octavia L. Spencer)

James Urbaniak ... Lab Technician

Jan Devereaux ... Female Partner

Lauren Cohn ... Amy

Melissa Wyler ... Staff Member

Robert Peters ... Guard
David Doty ... Rob Cole

Clement Blake ... Homeless Person (as Clement E. Blake)

Josh Holland ... Ted Hall

Jackie Hoffman ... Dog Spa Receptionist
JoBe Cerny ... House Clerk

Michael Krawic ... NIH Scientist (as Michael A. Krawic)
James Newman ... Ray Fuchs

Jason Bushman ... Fuchs' Aide
Bryan Cuprill ... Different Aide

Matt Price ... Cole's Aide

Karen-Eileen Gordon ... Kroft's Aide (as Karen Gordon)

Melissa Paull ... Another Aide
Jeffrey Gelber ... Yet Another Aide
George C. Simms ... Speaker of the House (as George Simms)

Lisa Long ... Congresswoman

Carolyn Hennesy ... Congresswoman with Haircut

Erin Cottrell ... Delta Nu President
Jennie Vaughn ... First Person in Line

Keone Young ... Committee Clerk

Arianne Fraser ... Secretary
Susan Bivens ... Lady With Hair

Dale Waddington ... Seamstress (as Dale Waddington Horowitz)

Amy Schlagel ... Paulette's Daughter
Wayne Edward Sherwood ... Sound Technician
Brandon Smiley ... Office Aide

James Read ... Elle's Father

Tane McClure ... Elle's Mother
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Christina Sheldon ... Delta Nu

Madeleine Wade ... Delta Nu (as Madeleine Lindley)

Elizabeth Beckwith ... Mira (uncredited)
Katarina Choi ... Delta-Nu (uncredited)
David Nicksay ... Congressman (uncredited)

Masi Oka ... Congressional Intern (uncredited)

Tanja Reichert ... Delta-Nu (uncredited)

Caroline A. Rice ... Intern (uncredited)

Directed by
Charles Herman-Wurmfeld 
Writing credits
Amanda Brown (characters)

Eve Ahlert (story) &
Dennis Drake (story) and
Kate Kondell (story)

Kate Kondell (screenplay)

Produced by
David Nicksay .... producer
Marc Platt .... producer
Jennifer Simpson .... co-producer
Stephen Traxler .... co-producer (as Steve Traxler)
Reese Witherspoon .... executive producer
Original Music by
Rolfe Kent 
Cinematography by
Elliot Davis (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Peter Teschner 
Casting by
Joseph Middleton 
Production Design by
Missy Stewart  (as Melissa Stewart)
Art Direction by
Mark Worthington 
Set Decoration by
K.C. Fox 
Costume Design by
Sophie De Rakoff  (as Sophie de Rakoff Carbonell)
Makeup Department
Katherine James .... key makeup artist (as Kathrine James)
Loretta James-Demasi .... makeup artist
Art Luna .... hair colorist: Sally Field
Cheri Montesanto-Medcalf .... makeup artist
Anne Morgan .... hair stylist: Reese Witherspoon
Edward Morrison .... hair stylist
Stephen Robinette .... hair stylist (as Steve Robinette)
Toni-Ann Walker .... key hair stylist
Brad Wilder .... makeup artist: Reese Witherspoon
Petrice Bankhead .... makeup artist (uncredited)
Production Management
David Nicksay .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Marisol 'Ari' Oyola .... dga trainee (as Ari Oyola)
George Parra .... first assistant director
Ruben Flores Rios II .... second assistant director: Washington D.C. (as Ruben Rios)
Robert Rooy .... first assistant director: Washington D.C. (as Rob Rooy)
Nick Satriano .... second assistant director (as Nicholas Satriano)
Susan E. Walter .... second second assistant director
Stephen Traxler .... second unit director (uncredited)
Art Department
Tom Altobello .... assistant property master (as Tommy Altobello)
Rachel Beers .... lead set dresser
Eric Bryant .... art department researcher
Shannon Curfman .... lead person (as Shannon Curfman-Dayan)
Elixandro Diaz Jr. .... plasterer foreman (as Elixandro Diaz [Juju])
Wendy Drapanas .... graphic designer
Gregonio P. Galicia .... laborer foreman (as Grecgonio Galicia Pimentel)
Stephanie Gilliam .... set designer
Darryl Henley .... storyboard artist
Kristen McCarron .... art department coordinator
Aya Morton .... art department assistant
Frank Musitelle .... greens foreman
Patricia Owen .... assistant art director
Lars Petersen .... construction coordinator
Stuart Rankine .... propmaster: second unit
Cynthia C. Rebman .... on-set dresser (as Cynthia Rebman)
Eric Reichardt .... paint foreman
Lee Ross .... stand-by painter
Brooke Sartorius .... lead set dresser
John L. Sullivan .... mill foreman (as John Sullivan)
Chris Ubick .... property master
Steven C. Voll .... construction foreman (as Steven Voll)
Craig Zumbroegel .... stage foreman
Matt Callahan .... buyer (uncredited)
Melanie S. Chretin .... property assistant (uncredited)
Matthew D. Egan .... welder (uncredited)
Paulette Fox .... painter (uncredited)
Mary E. Gullickson .... additional set decorator (uncredited)
Roger B. Henry .... portrait artist (uncredited)
Barry Jones .... painter (uncredited)
Robert 'Cass' McEntee .... on-set stand-by carpenter (uncredited)
Kristie Moore .... painter (uncredited)
Christopher Morente .... greens person (uncredited)
Ira Proctor .... welder (uncredited)
Keith Sale .... set dresser (uncredited)
Sharon Speller .... painter (uncredited)
Alexx Thompson .... decorator/painter (uncredited)
Sound Department
Richard L. Anderson .... supervising sound editor
David Bach .... adr recordist (as Dave Bach)
Matthew C. Beville .... adr mixer (as Matt Beville)
Mike Chock .... supervising sound editor (as Michael Chock)
James Christopher .... sound effects editor
Vincent Cirilli .... ProTools operator
Mark Coffey .... assistant sound editor
Gary Gegan .... re-recording sound mixer
Matthew Iadarola .... re-recording sound mixer
Robert Jackson .... dialogue editor
Thomas Jones .... supervising dialogue editor
Shawn Kennelly .... foley mixer
Laura Macias .... foley artist
Michael A. Morongell .... mixing engineer (as Michael Morongell)
Piero Mura .... sound effects editor
Kim H. Ornitz .... production sound mixer (as Kim Ornitz)
Bryan Pennington .... consultant: Dolby film sound
Jesse Pomeroy .... dialogue editor
Bud Raymond .... cable
Sean Rowe .... foley artist
Martin Schloemer .... mixing recordist
Reuben Simon .... foley editor
Mychal Smith .... boom operator (as Mychal D. Smith)
Ralph Stuart .... assistant sound editor
Marvin Walowitz .... dialogue editor
Howard London .... adr mixer (uncredited)
Chris Navarro .... adr recordist (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Phil Cory .... special effects coordinator
Steve Riley .... special effects foreman
Visual Effects by
David Behar .... 3D artist: Pixel Magic
Franklin Cofod .... line-up/editorial: Pixel Magic
Victor DiMichina .... digital imaging supervisor: Pixel Magic (as Victor Dimichina)
Kevin Fisher .... scanning and recording: Pixel Magic
Jim Gorman .... digital compositor: Pixel Magic
Mike Hardison .... 3D supervisor: Pixel Magic
Bruce Harris .... paint and rotoscope artist: Pixel Magic
Bonnie Kanner .... visual effects executive producer: Pixel Magic
Christopher Keith .... visual effects digital coordinator: Pixel Magic
Brian A. Lamb .... scanning and recording: Pixel Magic (as Brian Lamb)
Jeff Matakovich .... digital compositor: Pixel Magic
John R. McConnell .... digital compositor: Pixel Magic (as John McConnell)
Ray McIntyre Jr. .... visual effects supervisor (as Raymond McIntyre Jr.)
Liz Radley .... video & computer graphics supervisor
Alfredo Ramirez .... paint and rotoscope artist: Pixel Magic
Ray Scalice .... visual effects general manager: Pixel Magic
Kevin Struckman .... digital compositor: Pixel Magic
Steven Fagerquist .... visual effects (uncredited)
James David Hattin .... digital compositor: Pixel Magic (uncredited)
Kyle J. Healey .... digital effects technician (uncredited)
Jason Hill .... digital compositor (uncredited)
Daryl Klein .... digital compositor (uncredited)
Derek Ledbetter .... visual effects (uncredited)
Mike Pemberton .... video technical assistant (uncredited)
Sharmishtha Sohoni .... digital compositor (uncredited)
Deborah Wiltman .... digital compositor (uncredited)
Tom Elliott .... stunts (as Tom Elliot)
Rick Kain .... precision driver (uncredited)
Paul Majors .... precision driving (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Roger Awad .... assistant chief lighting technician
Joseph E. Bates .... assistant rigging grip (as Joe Bates)
Kevin Blauvelt .... assistant rigging chief lighting technician
Ted Caloroso .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Mike Connors .... dolly grip
Gary Dagg .... key grip
Sam Emerson .... still photographer
David Galbraith .... first assistant camera
Yuri Karjane .... second assistant camera: "b" camera
James LeBlanc .... camera operator: "b" camera (as Jim LeBlanc)
Josh Levy .... video assist operator (as Joshua Levy)
Jon Lindsay .... camera loader (as Jonathan Lindsay)
Brian Lukas .... rigging chief lighting technician
Duane Manwiller .... camera operator
Jeff Murrell .... chief lighting technician
Jason Rez .... grip
Bruce Robinson .... second assistant camera
Kyle Rudolph .... director of photography: Washington D.C.
Rodney Veto .... second company grip
Thomas D. Wazney .... rigging key grip (as Tom Wazney)
Douglas Arnold .... electrician (uncredited)
Brian Bartolini .... gaffer: second unit (uncredited)
Glenn Brown .... assistant camera (uncredited)
Michael Chambliss .... powerpod technician (uncredited)
Chris Cuevas .... second assistant camera: additional camera (uncredited)
Andrew Dumas .... additional first assistant camera (uncredited)
Sean Ginn .... electrician (uncredited)
Adam Glick .... set lighting technician (uncredited)
Russell Griffith .... gaffer: splinter unit (uncredited)
Russell Griffith .... lamp operator (uncredited)
Chris Hathaway .... additional electrician (uncredited)
Kieran 'KC' Illes .... electrician (uncredited)
Simon Jayes .... camera operator: "c" camera (uncredited)
Jimi Johnson .... video assist operator (uncredited)
Christian J. Killingsworth .... rigging electric foreman (uncredited)
John Monsour .... supervising video engineer (uncredited)
Rick Page .... first assistant camera: second unit (uncredited)
Wadsworth Peters .... electrician (uncredited)
Brendon Phillips .... rigging electrician (uncredited)
H. Chris Sorensen .... electrician (uncredited)
Mark Walpole .... first assistant camera: Washington D.C. plate unit (uncredited)
Casting Department
Stacie Goodman .... casting associate (as Stacie Goodman-Binder)
Terrence Harris .... extras casting associate (as Terence Harris)
Marisa Lynch .... casting assistant
Warren Workman .... casting assistant
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Carrie Bauer .... wardrobe artist: Reese Witherspoon
Conan Castro Jr. .... wardrobe artist: Sally Field (as Conan C. Castro Jr.)
Mary C. Lane .... wardrobe supervisor (as Mary Catherine Lane)
Maya Lieberman .... costumer (as Maya Sonrisa Vaughan)
Marina Ray .... assistant costume designer
Beverly Woods .... costumer (as Beverley Woods)
Anthony Almaraz .... costumer (uncredited)
Christine Bieselin Clark .... assistant costume designer (uncredited)
Jody Felz .... costume assistant (uncredited)
Erika Munro .... costume illustrator (uncredited)
Editorial Department
Ricky Andres .... editorial production assistant
Gary Burritt .... negative cutter
Valance Eisleben .... high definition editorial services (as Val Eisleben)
Angela Hutchinson .... apprentice editor (as Angela Mehrer)
Nina Kawasaki .... first assistant editor
Mike Milliken .... color timer
Jay Steinberg .... high definition editorial services
Tim Vincent .... color corrector: high definition
John Potter .... high definition preview timer (uncredited)
Jon Thompson .... post-production consultant (uncredited)
Music Department
Tony Blondal .... orchestrator
Tony Blondal .... score supervisor
Anita Camarata .... music supervisor
Stephen Coleman .... music programmer
Shannon Erbe .... music editor
Robert Fernandez .... scoring engineer
Robert Fernandez .... scoring mixer
Larry Groupé .... additional orchestrator
Larry Groupé .... conductor
Sid Page .... concert master
Nick South .... music editor
Kerry Wikstrom .... additional orchestrator
Vince Caro .... music recording engineer (uncredited)
John Rodd .... orchestral scoring recordist (uncredited)
Transportation Department
Sheila Mandel .... transportation office coordinator
Randy Peters .... transportation coordinator
Candace Wells .... transportation captain
Gina August .... driver (uncredited)
William 'Fleet' Eakland .... transportation captain: Utah (uncredited)
Joey Freitas .... driver (uncredited)
Brett Miller .... transportation (uncredited)
Richard P. Pecora .... driver (uncredited)
Sean C. Ryan .... driver (uncredited)
Christopher Weippert .... transportation (uncredited)
Other crew
Travis Avitabile .... account manager: LaserPacific Media Corporation
Jeanine Barry .... animal trainer
Christina Barton .... animal trainer
Toni Basil .... choreographer
Rachel Bati .... assistant: Reese Witherspoon
John Berlin .... title designer
Kevin Berman .... security provider
Samuel Bokebza .... first assistant accountant (as Sam Bokebza)
Sue Bokobza .... accountant
Maxine Brooks .... teacher
Terry Brown .... digital motion picture services
Sue Chipperton .... head trainer
Karen Leigh Crutcher .... set medic (as Karen Crutcher)
Lisa Davis .... animal trainer
Shelley Davis .... first assistant animal trainer
Deborah Dellosso .... animal trainer
James Dew .... animal trainer
Doris Donnenberg .... production coordinator
Steven Espinosa .... instructor: yoga
Peter Evangelatos .... craft service
Cheryl Ferraro .... stand-in: Sally Field
Jordan Brendan Finnegan .... set production assistant (as Jordan Finnegan)
Brendon Fong .... production assistant
Maggie Ford .... assistant: Sally Field
Kristi Frankenheimer .... location manager
Nancy Fuller .... account manager: LaserPacific Media Corporation
Delores Gilbeaux .... stand-in: Regina King (as Dolores Gilbeaux)
Israel Gordan .... assistant: Marc Platt
James Henderson .... stand-in: Luke Wilson
Kimberly Kleinman .... animal trainer
Meti Kusari .... craft service
Joey Levy .... assistant: Marc Platt
Troy Lewis .... security provider
Jana Lundy .... production secretary
Susan Malerstein .... script supervisor (as Susan Malerstein-Watkins)
Robert Martinez .... stand-in: Bob Newhart
Michael G. Maurer .... key set production assistant
Thomas John McGowan .... studio teacher (as Thomas J. McGowan)
David Meyers .... animal trainer
Tina Nelson Hill .... trainer: Reese Witherspoon
Pamela Palmer-DoQui .... assistant: Reese Witherspoon
Brice Potthoff Jr. .... production assistant (as Brice Potthoff)
Peggy Pridemore .... location manager: Washington D.C.
Rachael Robertson .... assistant: Jennifer Simpson
Leslie Romenesko .... assistant location manager
Shannon Rupe .... set production assistant
John Sanchez .... assistant production coordinator
Eva M. Schroeder .... assistant location manager (as Eva Schroeder)
Christina Sheldon .... stand-in: Reese Witherspoon
Deborah Simmrin .... unit publicist
Rebecca Snavely .... assistant: David Nicksay
Sarah Spearing .... post-production accountant
Andrew Trosmans .... clearance coordinator
Stacy Underhill .... digital motion picture services
Victor Valencia .... post-production accountant
Rebecca Whitesell LaFond .... set production assistant
Adam Wilkins .... production assistant
Jonathan Wysocki .... assistant: Charles Herman-Wurmfeld
Doug Byers .... fixture foreman (uncredited)
Julie Cummings .... production assistant (uncredited)
Pamella D'Pella .... key assistant location manager (uncredited)
David W. Dale .... assistant: Sally Field (uncredited)
T. De Luca .... location assistant: Utah (uncredited)
Phil DeSanti .... set production assistant (uncredited)
Scott Foster .... production assistant: Washington D.C. (uncredited)
Adam Jordan .... production assistant (uncredited)
Ross L. Kulma .... first aid medic (uncredited)
John Latenser V .... assistant location manager: re-shoots (uncredited)
Lorena Mascarell .... additional production assistant (uncredited)
Holly McGreevy .... production secretary (uncredited)
Jennifer Miller .... location assistant: Utah (uncredited)
Leanne Milner .... production assistant (uncredited)
Steven Puglia .... production assistant (uncredited)
Bea S. Rembeczky .... assistant: Luke Wilson (uncredited)
Cheryl Ryan .... production assistant (uncredited)
Ron Segro .... payroll accountant (uncredited)
Frederick Shear .... accounting clerk (uncredited)
David B. Smith .... location manager: Utah (uncredited)
Sabrina Somma .... additional medic (uncredited)
Chris Sprister .... adr loop group (uncredited)
Linda Sypien .... adr loop group (uncredited)
Aaron Walrod .... payroll accountant (uncredited)
Tommy Woodard .... film commission specialist: Utah (uncredited)
Frederic Fekkai .... thanks
Crew believed to be complete

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Cutie Blonde 2: Happy Max" - Japan (English title)
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Rated PG-13 for some sex-related humor
95 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.85 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
Argentina:13 | Australia:PG | Brazil:Livre | Canada:PG (Alberta/Manitoba/Nova Scotia/Ontario) | Canada:G (British Columbia/Quebec) | Denmark:A | Finland:K-3 | Germany:o.Al. | Iceland:L | Ireland:12 | Malaysia:U | Netherlands:AL | New Zealand:PG | Norway:A | Philippines:G | Portugal:M/12 | Singapore:PG | Singapore:PG13 (TV rating) | South Korea:12 | Sweden:Btl | Switzerland:7 (canton of Geneva) | Switzerland:7 (canton of Vaud) | Switzerland:12 (canton of the Grisons) | UK:PG | USA:PG-13 (certificate #39762)

Did You Know?

As Reese Witherspoon was growing out her shorter hair from filming Sweet Home Alabama (2002), all Elle's hair and hairstyles throughout the movie are top-grade wigs.See more »
Anachronisms: In the opening, there is a reference made to Elle Woods crying at the age of 3 whenever she was taken to BabyGap. BabyGap didn't exist until 1990, when the character was probably about 9 or 10. Even GapKids didn't open until 1986, well after the character would have been 3.See more »
Congresswoman:[looking over her new hairdo] You have the full support of the Sunshine State!
Paulette:Yay for Ohio!
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Referenced in Starz Inside: Fashion in Film (2008) (TV)See more »
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How did they get Elle's hair to glow hot pink?
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87 out of 122 people found the following review useful.
The horror, the horror, 11 June 2004
Author: sundogg99 from Oregon, USA

That a film sequel will invariably fail to meet the standards of its predecessor is nearly axiomatic. For every brilliant sequel like 'Aliens' or 'Godfather: Part II', there are dozens of painfully lame successors. This is hardly a surprise, yet it is our own unerring tendency to flock, lemming-like, to sequels that insures their continued existence. Sequels make money, and that's a bad thing.

Take 'Legally Blonde 2'. Please.

By way of defense, let me point out that it isn't all that easy to find a movie that will entertain two adults, a 15 year old boy, and a 12 year old girl. Our hopes weren't high when we rented LB2 a couple of weekends ago; however, we all agreed that we had enjoyed the original movie, or at least hadn't actively hated it. That perky little Reese Witherspoon – how can you not kinda like her, huh?

After seeing LB2, I will unreservedly credit it with one thing: it provided a rallying point for my often-scattered family. We were steadfast, united in our complete and utter loathing for this execrable movie. Beyond that questionable achievement, however, I'm not sure there's anything positive that can be said about this film.

As virtually every other reviewer on the planet has noted, the original 'Blonde' had some amusing moments, most of which were supplied by Ms. Witherspoon, who managed to inject the character of Elle Woods with a believable combination of ditziness and sweet charm. Also bolstering the original film was co-star Jennifer Coolidge, who played her dim-bulb shtick to perfection as Elle's beautician friend Paulette. Of course it was a by-the-numbers plot line as predictable as Oregon rain, but Witherspoon, et al played it lightly and for laughs and it worked.

The sequel, however, is an appalling mélange of preachiness, offensive stereotypes, and patently ludicrous plot devices. 'Legally Blonde' made points by taking a helium-weight, bubbleheaded rich girl and making her into a sympathetic character. In LB2, Elle is an annoying dipshit whose breathless naivete and hyperactive adventures are simply painful to endure.

There's no real point in enumerating all the faults of this movie. To do so would be to grant it more thought than evidently went into its creation. But I can't simply step away from one aspect of the film that I found both irritating and troubling. Viewers of the first film will no doubt remember Elle's Chihuahua, Bruiser. For reasons that are continually validated, I tend to hate cutesy cinematic animal sidekicks, and Bruiser was emphatically no exception. In LB2, however, Bruiser's sexuality becomes a repeated theme and convenient plot device. More specifically, we (and Elle) discover that Bruiser is…(wait for it)… gay.

Hilarity ensues, ad nauseum.

It's a damning testimony that 1) the writers of this movie were so desperate for script fodder that they came up with this stunningly lame idea in the first place;

2) that they play it so shamelessly for laughs; and 3) that certain plot twists depend on this fact. It's a stupid, stupid idea in a stupid, stupid movie.

Should I waste more of my time or yours decrying the utter waste of Jennifer Coolidge in this movie? What about Sally Field's humiliating role as Congresswoman Victoria Rudd? Bob Newhart's excruciating turn as the know-it-all hotel doorman cum political mentor. Finally, on a larger scale, should we discuss the massive suspension of disbelief that's required to even slightly believe a moment of this wretched film?


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