Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde was the last time we got some Legally Blonde goodness in 2003, and quite frankly, it's been far too long.
Particularly in the wake of Trump's presidency, it's time to remind women of the power they have to change the world. Witherspoon added that this has been a focus for her, and she will continue to do this.
"It's a great privilege to be a woman in America," she said. "We have many rights and freedoms that a lot of women don't have all over the world.
"I try to celebrate that. I try to live that to its utmost, particularly the freedom of speech, being able to express myself, create shows like this to show how important women are in our world. That's what I try to focus on."
The actress, who won an Oscar for her performance in Walk The Line (2006), is set to star in a new TV show with Nicole Kidman.