The film originally ended at the courthouse, just after Woods won the case, with Elle on the steps of the courthouse sharing a victory kiss with Emmett, then cutting a year into the future to see her with a now-blonde Vivian form their own blonde legal defense club at law school. After the test audience revealed that they didn`t like the ending, McCullah Lutz and Smith consulted Luketic, Platt and other members of the production team while they were still in the lobby of the theater, and they agreed that a new conclusion was needed. „It was just a weak ending,” said screenwriter McCullah Lutz. „The kiss didn`t feel right to me because it`s not a romantic comedy – it wasn`t about their relationship. So the test viewers said, „We want to see what happens – we want her to succeed. That`s why we rewrote for graduation. Ubach and Jessica Cauffiel claim that the original ending also included Elle and Vivian drinking margaritas in Hawaii, implying that they were either best friends now or in love, although Smith and McCullah never wrote such an ending. Other suggested endings for the film included a musical number in which She, the judge, the jury and everyone in the courthouse sang and danced.  Producer Marc Platt was fascinated by the character of Elle Woods when he received a manuscript of an unpublished novel.  „What I liked about this story is that it`s hilarious, sexy and challenging at the same time,” says Platt.
„The world looks at Her and sees someone who is blond and handsome, but no more. She, on the other hand, does not judge herself or anyone else. She thinks the world is great, she`s great, everyone is great, and nothing can change that. She truly is an irrepressible modern heroine.  Witherspoon wore 40 different hairstyles in the film.  „Oh my God, it became known as `The hair that ate Hollywood,`” Luketic said. It was all about hair. I have this obsession with flyaways. It annoyed Reese a bit because I always had hairdressers on my face. But most of the time, the research and testing on set went in the right color, because `blonde` is open to interpretation, I thought.  The outline of Legally Blonde comes from Brown`s experiences as a blonde who went to Stanford Law School while obsessed with fashion and beauty, reading Elle magazine and frequently colliding with the personalities of her peers. In 2000, Brown met producer Marc Platt, who helped her develop her manuscript into a novel. Platt hired screenwriters McCullah Lutz and Smith to adapt the book into a film.
The project caught the attention of director Luketic, an Australian newcomer who came to Hollywood after the success of his first offbeat short film Titsiana Booberini. „I had been reading scripts for two years and couldn`t find anything to put my own personal imprint until Legally Blonde came along,” Luketic said. Amanda Brown published Legally Blonde in 2001 and was based on her real-life experiences as a blonde who attended Stanford Law School while she was obsessed with fashion and beauty, reading Elle magazine and frequently colliding with the personalities of her peers.  This is more disappointing than it sounds, because „Legally Blonde” is guilty of wasting resources. As fun as it is to build its premise, it has in Witherspoon, the gifted veteran of „Election” and „Pleasantville”, an actress who is ready to throw herself completely into the role with excellent effect. Legally Blonde is a 2001 American drama film directed by Robert Luketic. It stars Reese Witherspoon, Luke Wilson, Selma Blair, Matthew Davis, Victor Garber and Jennifer Coolidge. The story follows Elle Woods (Witherspoon), a sister who tries to win back her ex-boyfriend Warner Huntington III (Davis) by earning a Juris Doctor degree from Harvard Law School, overcoming stereotypes against blondes, and triumphing as a successful lawyer.
23. Dining facilities, informal: JUKES Although coin-operated music players have been around for decades, the term „juke box” wasn`t used until around 1940. The term is derived from a Gullah word, the language of African Americans who live in the coastal areas of South Carolina and Georgia. In Gullah, a „juke joint,” from „juke,” or „joog,” meaning „rowdy, evil,” was an informal settlement where African Americans gathered and played music, danced, played, and drank. Coin-operated music players became known as „juke boxes”. Entertainment journalist Lucy Ford revealed to Witherspoon in a 2018 interview that she wrote her university thesis on the film and presented him with a pink copy.  The cast and crew also did a lot of research, with McCullah and Smith attending Stanford Law School for a week during the orientation period; A scene of a group of new students going around in circles was inspired by law students listening to the screenwriters during their visit. They also sat for the criminal and constitutional law categories; McCullah was particularly bored during the sophomore, although she found the first one interesting, but it inspired her to write a few scenes during that course.  22. „Goodbye, Luc!”: FAREWELL „Adieu” is the French word for „goodbye” or „farewell”, from „to God”, which means „to God”.
33. Buy for a vacation, maybe: TIMESHARE „Time” is the world`s best-selling weekly news magazine, though newsstand sales are declining as more readers go online. When it was first published in 1923 by Briton Hadden and Henry Luce, it was the country`s first weekly magazine. The magazine „Elle” was founded in 1945 and today has the largest circulation of any fashion magazine in the world. „She” is the French word for „she.” 36h 1960s Emmy-winning AMC series: MAD MEN If you haven`t seen the AMC series „Mad Men,” then I invite you to buy the first season on DVD and get hooked. It`s a great series set in the sixties and tells everything that happens in and around the advertising store on Madison Avenue in New York. It takes you back to the days of Three Martini lunches, office stuff, and chain cigarette smoke. Excellent thing. 23. Lakeside apartment: JET SKI „Jet Ski” is actually a brand, owned by Kawasaki Heavy Industries of Japan. The little-used generic term is „personal watercraft”.
Most people use the term „jet ski” generically, although „WaveRunner” is also popular. But this is another brand owned by Yamaha. „In the real world, the Legally Blonde judge would not have allowed the defendant to fire the Alan Dershowitz-style attorney in the middle of the trial and keep the law student, not to mention that no state allows first-year law students to represent clients in court,” Wendel wrote.  The film cites Massachusetts Supreme Court Rule 3.03 as a precedent for Woods to represent a client under the supervision of a licensed attorney, but the decision only applies to third-year law students.  With Reese Witherspoon as an open-air aerial head making her way to law school, „Legal Blonde” is essentially „Clueless Goes to Harvard.” There is nothing wrong with that idea, but, ladies and gentlemen of the jury, I have seen „Clueless” and it is not a „Clueless”. 64. Roth from „Inglourious Basterds”: ELI Eli Roth belongs to a group of horror filmmakers known as „The Splat Pack.” I can`t stand „Splat” movies and I avoid them as much as I can. Roth is also famous for the role of Donny Donowitz in Quentin Tarantino`s film „Inglourious Basterds,” a good movie, I thought, if you close your eyes during the gruesome games. A production by Mark Platt, published by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures.
Directed by Robert Luketic. Producers Marc Platt, Ric Kidney. Screenplay Karen McCullah Lutz & Kirsten Smith based on the book by Amanda Brown. Cinematographer Anthony B. Richmond.