A third Legally Blonde film is happening, per Deadline.
The first film, starring Reese Witherspoon as the iconic Elle Woods, a pink-loving sorority sister who travels to Harvard Law and overcomes the snootiness of the world around her, came out 17 years ago, and it's sequel, Legally Blonde 2: Red, White, and Blonde, came out in 2003.
The movie was also adapted into a hit Broadway show, Legally Blonde: The Musical, and has remained a cult classic since its inception.
The original team from the first film seems to be coming back together again for the most part: Witherspoon, obviously, as well as Kirsten "Kiwi" Smith and Karen McCullah, who wrote the script for the first time (adapated from Amanda Brown's novel) will both return, and original production crew Mark Platt and Adam Siegel are reuniting. A director has not yet been announced.
Plot-wise, nothing has been revealed, though it's rumored the film will largely tell a story in the spirit of the original movie, with Woods providing a message of women's empowerment.