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Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde (2003) Poster

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Reese Witherspoon was pregnant during the filming.
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Jimmy Choo, the shoe designer, was asked to make sixty-three different pairs of shoes for the film, all out of man-made materials (to be animal-friendly along the line of the line of non-animal cruelty, the line of the film). Reese Witherspoon asked to keep them all, along with all of the designer clothing she wore in the film.
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During the opening scene, while looking at the scrapbook, one of the girls points to a photo of Elle (Reese Witherspoon) with Representative Victoria Rudd (Sally Field). She says, "Those are two kick-ass women. I like them, I really like them", a reference to Sally Field's acceptance speech at the 1985 Oscars.
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The one million dog march was Reese Witherspoon's idea.
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All of Elle's hair and hairstyles throughout the movie are top-grade wigs due to her shorter hair for Sweet Home Alabama (2002).
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In the beginning sequence of the scrap book, the photo of Elle Woods as a little girl is actually that of Bruiser's trainer.
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The scenes on the steps of the U.S. Capitol were filmed at the Utah State Capitol. The scenes inside the Capitol were actually filmed at the Illinois State Capitol Building. Both were modelled after and look similar to the national Capitol. Many Salt Lake City and Springfield locals took parts as extras in the movie.
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Rated #21 in Entertainment Weekly's Top 25 Worst Sequels Ever Made (2006).
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Interestingly enough, many dogs that worked for only one day on the "Million Dog March" scene were given a screen credit, while Production Assistants, who had worked several months on the movie, did not.
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Up until Sing 2 (2021), this had been the only sequel film of Reese Witherspoon. After having had an unpleasant time doing this film, Witherspoon decided to never star in a sequel again, thus other films of hers that had sequels either left out Witherspoon's character altogether, or they didn't happen under her respect.
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Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer Coolidge, Jessica Cauffiel, Alanna Ubach, Bruce Thomas, James Read, Tane McClure, and Luke Wilson are the only actors to reprise their roles from the first film.
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The press junket for the film was held in London instead of Los Angeles because Reese Witherspoon, who was five months pregnant at the time, was shooting Vanity Fair (2004) there. MGM flew two-thirds of the junketeers to the city where they stayed at the Grosvenor House, a luxurious prewar hotel.
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Jessica Cauffiel (Margot) and Alanna Ubach (Serena) were originally only going to be in the opening scene, but they were written into the script more while shooting was going on.
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The author of the book "Everything you always wanted to know about how to pass a bill" is shown as Tom Altobello, who is the Assistant Property Master for the movie.
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The pink suit and pillbox hat that Elle Woods wears is inspired by the famous strawberry pink suit worn by former First Lady Jackie Kennedy.
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Breckin Meyer drafted some of the re-writes of the script.
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This film includes 4 Oscar winners: Reese Witherspoon, Sally Field, Regina Hall & Octavia Spencer.
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Reese Witherspoon and Mary Lynn Rajskub appeared in Sweet Home Alabama (2002).
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The yellow tea rose (connected with Elle's sorority) is associated with individuals who have made significant contributions in their fields and to the world at large.
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Reese Witherspoon, Jessica Cauffiel, Alanna Ubach, and Bruce Thomas' first sequel.
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Timothy McGinn portrays J Barton in the film. During the montage of news coverage, a GQ cover includes the headline "Timothy McGinn's Skateboarding Secrets."
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Reese Witherspoon and Jack McGee appeared in Overnight Delivery (1998).
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Was shot in the taller 1.85:1 aspect ratio and used the standard spherical format, unlike it's predecessor which was shot in the widescreen 2.39:1 aspect ratio, which used the Super 35 format.
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Was shot in the taller 1.85:1 aspect ratio and used the standard spherical format, unlike it's predecessor which was shot in the widescreen 2.39:1 aspect ratio and used the Super 35 format.
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David Nicksay: The producer is one of the Representatives that Elle talks to while trying to round up signatures for the discharge petition.
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