Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Kennecott Theater Presents: Legally Blonde 2

Kennecott Theater presentes Movie Under The Stars Series:

Legally Blonde 2: Red, White, and Blonde

The Capitol Preservation Board is excited to show Legally Blonde 2, a home-grown utah-made movie, as our second film this Thursday, July 8, 2010. The 2010 movie series will feature at total of nine movies, Thursday evenings through August 26, 2010. The movies will be shown at dusk on the State Capitol's south-western lawn and is free to the public.

We are thankful for the presenting sponsor Rio Tinto/Kennecott and our other sponsor's; Utah Care Foundation, Utah Film Commission, Salt Lake Film Center and Harmons Grocery.

There will be pre-movie musical performances and events each week prior to the featured film.

Even though the movie took place in Washington, D.C., the movie was filmed in Illinois and Utah. In Utah, the filmiming took place in the offices at Energy Solutions Arena and the Utah State Capitol.

Reese Witherspoon is back as Elle Woods in Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde. Now Elle is juggling a demanding career as a rising young lawyer as well as preparations for her wedding to the man of her dreams. But when she stands up for the rights of the other guy in her life - Bruiser, her chihuahua - Elle is fired from her job. She's devastated, but you can't keep an optimist down. Ms. Woods goes to Washington to take matters into her own well-manicured hands. Trying to learn the political ropes and win over self-serving politicians, Elle faces a formidable challenge. But with her clever and sassy signature blend of determination and intelligence, she bucks the system the Elle Woods way, inspiring those around her to find a voice of their own.

We look forward to seeing you Thursday evening at the Utah State Capitol!

1 comment:

  1. The plot is awesome. It seems that Reese really evolved as an expert law practitioner as the sequels came out. I guess it's time to have my own copy of this and watch it with my friends.

    Guy Chambliss