Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde

Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde

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Director: Charles Herman-Wurmfeld

Cast: Charles Herman-Wurmfeld, Reese Witherspoon, Sally Field, Regina King

     
 

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Taking home a paycheck that nearly rivals the budget of the first film, Reese Witherspoon reprises the role of Elle Woods in this sequel to 2001's surprise blockbuster Legally Blonde. When she's fired from her job at an upscale law firm for voicing her stance against the testing of cosmetics onSee more details below

Overview

Taking home a paycheck that nearly rivals the budget of the first film, Reese Witherspoon reprises the role of Elle Woods in this sequel to 2001's surprise blockbuster Legally Blonde. When she's fired from her job at an upscale law firm for voicing her stance against the testing of cosmetics on animals, Elle heads to Capitol Hill to fight for her cause before Congress, leaving her boyfriend, Emmet (Luke Wilson, reprising his role from the film's predecessor), behind. Once there, she runs into plenty of adversity and red-tape and can't seem to find anyone who will listen to her proposals. While staying at the Watergate hotel though, she meets and befriends an elderly bellman (Bob Newhart in his first theatrical role since 1997's In & Out) who's been around politicians long enough to know the ins and outs of the political machine. With his help, Elle attempts to convince disillusioned U.S. Representative Rudd (Sally Field) to help her get her voice heard in front of the stodgy old coots of the legislative branch. Directed by Charles Herman-Wurmfeld hot off the success of his critically acclaimed indie comedy Kissing Jessica Stein, Legally Blonde 2: Red, White and Blonde boasts a supporting cast led by Jennifer Coolidge (Best in Show, American Pie) and Regina King (Jerry Maguire, Daddy Day Care).

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Editorial Reviews

Time Magazine - Richard Schickel
We're talking fables, not reality, here, and this is a fine and merry one -- "Ms. Woods Goes to Washington" -- played to airy perfection by Reese Witherspoon and a light-on-its-feet cast.
San Francisco Chronicle - Mick LaSalle
Takes the financially successful formula of Legally Blonde, the Reese Witherspoon hit from two years ago, and does something unexpected. It fiddles with it, changes it and actually fixes it.
Chicago Tribune - Michael Wilmington
Unlike other current D.C. types, Elle would never misplace or misidentify her own weapons of mass destruction. They're all in her wardrobe closet and makeup kit.

Product Details

Release Date:
03/29/2011
UPC:
0883904234647
Original Release:
2003
Rating:
PG13
Source:
20Th Century Fox
Region Code:
A
Presentation:
[Wide Screen]
Time:
1:34:00
Sales rank:
33,130

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Reese Witherspoon Elle Woods
Sally Field Congresswoman Rudd
Regina King Grace Stoteraux
Jennifer Coolidge Paulette Parcelle
Bruce McGill Stanford Marks
Dana Ivey Libby Hauser
Mary Lynn Rajskub Reena Giuliani
Jessica Cauffiel Margot
Alanna Ubach Serena McGuire
J. Barton Timothy McGinn
Bob Newhart Sidney Post
Luke Wilson Emmett Richmond
Stanley Anderson Michael Blaine
Sarah Bannister Delta Nu Sister
Beans Million Dog March Dog
Susan Bivens Lady With Hair
Clement Blake Homeless Person
Blue Cheer Million Dog March Dog
Jason Bushman Fuchs' Aide
Junior Case Intern Dancer
Andrew Casey Million Dog March Dog
Jobe Cerny House Clerk
Ashley Chapman Intern Dancer
Chloe Million Dog March Dog
Katarina Choi Delta Nu Sister
Theresa Clayton Delta Nu Sister
Lauren Cohn Head Saleswoman/Amy
Erin Cottrell Delta Nu President
Bryan Cuprill Different Aide
Dallas Cowboys Million Dog March Dog
Darwin Million Dog March Dog
Jan Devereaux Female Partner
David Doty Rob Cole
Duchess Million Dog March Dog
Alice Dylan Million Dog March Dog
Anthony "Amp" Elmore Million Dog March Dog
Billy Francesca Delta Nu Sister
Arianne Fraser Secretary
Jeffrey Gelber Yet Another Aide
Delores Gilbeaux Delta Nu Sister
Karen Gordon Kroft's Aide
Grizzly Million Dog March Dog
Zia Harris Mailroom Guy
Carol Hatchett Intern Dancer
Michelle Haugh Delta Nu Sister
Carolyn Hennesy Congresswoman With Haircut
Jackie Hoffman Dog Spa Receptionist
Josh Holland Chief of Staff Ted Hall
Holly Million Dog March Dog
Dale Waddington Horowitz Seamstress
Jennifer T. Kelly Delta Nu Sister
Ketzi Million Dog March Dog
Michael Krawic NIH Scientist
Ryan Larson Delta Nu Sister
Catherine Lazo Delta Nu Sister
Madeleine Lindley Delta Nu Sister
Lisa Long Congresswoman
Desi Lydic Delta Nu Sister
Tane McClure Elle's Mother
Jack McGee Detective Finchley
Moondoggie Bruiser
Jennifer Moreland Delta Nu Sister
Roger Málaga Intern Dancer
James Newman Ray Fuchs
Jen Osorio Intern Dancer
Sam Pancake Kevin
Melissa Paull Another Aide
Robert Peters Guard
Juliet Pinto Intern Dancer
Matthew Price Cole's Aide
James Read Elle's Father
Tanja Reichert Delta Nu Sister
Corinne Reilly Delta Nu Sister
Caroline A. Rice Intern Dancer
Fernand Ruffieux Million Dog March Dog
Sam Million Dog March Dog
Amy Schlagel Paulette's Daughter
Scout the Horse Million Dog March Dog
Sarah Shahi Delta Nu Sister
Christina Sheldon Delta Nu Sister
Wayne Edward Sherwood Sound Technician
George C. Simms Speaker of the House
Brandon Smiley Office Aide
Octavia L. Spencer Security Guard
Spudder Million Dog March Dog
Amir Talai Associate
Bruce Thomas UPS Guy
Tiger Cinematografica SRL Million Dog March Dog
Brian Tilley Million Dog March Dog
James Tuaileva Intern Dancer
Rishi Tyagi Million Dog March Dog
James Urbaniak Lab Technician
Jennie Vaughn First Person in Line
Caroline Williams Delta Nu Sister
Ruth Williamson Madeline Kroft
Melissa Wyler Staff Member
Keone Young Committee Clerk

Technical Credits
Charles Herman-Wurmfeld Director
Eve Ahlert Original Story
Anita Camarata Musical Direction/Supervision
Sophie de Rakoff Carbonell Costumes/Costume Designer
Elliot Davis Cinematographer
Dennis Drake Original Story
K.C. Fox Set Decoration/Design
Rolfe Kent Score Composer
Kate Kondell Executive Producer,Original Story,Screenwriter
Joseph Middleton Casting
David Nicksay Producer
Kim Ornitz Sound/Sound Designer
George Parra Asst. Director
Marc E. Platt Producer
Reese Witherspoon Executive Producer
Jennifer Simpson Co-producer
Missy Stewart Production Designer
Peter Teschner Editor
Steve Traxler Co-producer
Mark Worthington Art Director

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Scene Index

Deleted scenes ; Gag reel ; "We Can" music video by LeAnn Rimes ; Audio commentary ; Blonde Ambition featurette ; Pretty in Pink featurette ; Stars and Stripes, Never! featurette ; Hair Apparent featurette ; Elle's Anthem featurette; Puppy Love featurette ; Buiser's outtakes featurette ; Trailer

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