'Top Gun: Maverick' Box Office Inspired Reese Witherspoon's New 'Legally Blonde'

'Top Gun: Maverick' Box Office Inspired Reese Witherspoon's New 'Legally Blonde'

The box office success of “Top Gun: Maverick” with Tom Cruise could be the starting point for filming the third part of “Legally Blonde”. This was stated by the American actress, Oscar winner Reese Witherspoon (“Big Little Lies”, “Walk the Line”) in an interview with USA Today.

Top Gun: Maverick Box Office inspired Reese Witherspoon's new

Reese Witherspoon “Legally Blonde”

“Tom Cruise's team has been waiting a long time to make a new version of the picture. I liked the note of nostalgia that is present in the film. Its box office success inspired our film crew to new adventures Elle Woods”, – says Witherspoon.

The actress also assured that she would never make a mediocre continuation of the story of her character.

Recall that the first part of the Legally Blonde franchise was released in 2001, and “ Legally Blonde 2″ in 2003.

As ProShoKino reported, the sequel to Top Gun was released 36 years after the premiere of the original 1986 film. The film became the highest-grossing film of Tom Cruise's career and one of the highest-grossing for Paramount Pictures.

In addition, the financial success of “Top Gun: Maverick” has already become the basis for rumors about the continuation of the story of the legendary US Navy pilot, Captain Pete Mitchell with the callsign Maverick.