FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Dec. 5, 2018
LOS ANGELES, CA - Representative-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s persona is the subject of a remake of "Legally Blonde," to be called "Congressionally Blonde."
A number of Hollywood producers are talking about her personality for the role made famous by Reese Witherspoon. Instead of Legally Blonde, the title would be Congressionally Blonde, since the congresswoman to be is a brunette.
Ocasio-Cortez made headlines with her primary win over longtime Democrat representative Joe Crowley. But more important than her new congressional seat in New York have been her numerous gaffes that seem to question her ability to think logically, thus blonde congresswoman persona.
In Legally Bonde, Elle Woods, (Reese Witherspoon), while living her dream life, wants nothing more than to wed Warner Huntington III (Matthew Davis). She faces a big obstacle; she is too blonde. Woods is determined to win Warner back by getting into Harvard.
Producers representing the project have said they are willing to give Ocasio-Cortez image a makeover, and either dye her hair or introduce a ditzy brunette congresswoman in the new movie.
One of the endearing qualities or stereotypes of blondes is that they speak and act before thinking, thus the dumb blonde stereotype. Ocasio-Cortez has had difficulty understanding the unemployment rate, whether Nancy Pelosi is in the House of Representatives or the Senate, how many chambers there are (hint: they're not in a gun).
Marc Platt Productions, the original Legally Blonde production company is now LA NY 411. A Hollywood source has not been able to confirm whether the original production company, Marc Platt Productions (now LANY411), is interested in the project.
Reese Witherspoon’s Type A Films helped produce the second in the series, "Legally Blonde: Red, White & Blonde." The third movie in the series, Legally Blonde 3, was also produced by Witherspoon by her Hello Sunshine production company and Marc Platt Productions.
Two female producers, Megan Ellison of Annapurna Picture, and Nina Jacobson of Color Force, have also been rumored to be involved in the project.
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