Wherever Elle Woods is, husband Emmett Richmond is not far behind.
Luke Wilson, who starred opposite Reese Witherspoon in the hit romantic comedy, Legally Blonde, and later sequel, is in agreement: a third film is a must. Mary Lynn Rajskub, who played Elle's colleague in the second movie, is also rallying behind a third installment to the famed storyline. Queue a celebratory bend and snap!
In an interview with The Late Late Show's James Corden Monday, the two actors shared a couch to dish about the possibility of seeing Elle Woods and co. back on the silver screen.
"Would you be into such a thing?" the late-night talk show host posed to the duo.
"Would we put the band back together?" Wilson said as he turned his attention to his former co-star, Rajskub, who made the final call.
"Let's do it!" she said as they cozied up to each other in the moment.
The twosome shares a similar sentiment with the films' lead actress, Witherspoon, who recently revealed in an interview with Rachel Zoe that she thinks its the perfect time to bring back America's favorite blond on Capitol Hill.
"A lot of writers over the years have come up with different ideas for it," Witherspoon explained. "I actually think it's kind of great right now because we're talking about women in politics and how important that is to get more women and I think it'd be kind of a cool thing to have her be a Supreme Court justice or someone who runs for office, like president!"
While a Hollywood reunion at the hopper is not yet officially slated, with three castmates on board, it doesn't seem like as much of an impossibility. If anything, Wilson argued they just have to make a third film to salvage their reputation after Legally Blonde 2 made Entertainment Weekly's list of worst sequels ever made.
"That's why we need to do three, to bring everybody back," he said.
Aw, Emmett! He's always looking to keep the gang together.