Mindy Kaling has marked on to co-compose the long-gestating “Legitimately Blonde 3,” in which Reese Witherspoon will repeat her cherished mark character, sorority-young lady turned-attorney Elle Woods. Kaling’s agent, Alexandra Crotin, affirmed the news to USA TODAY.

“The Office” alum will compose the sequel with “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” co-maker Dan Goor. Witherspoon, who will likewise official produce, shared her fervor for the new film on Twitter, stating, “A few things are simply intended to be!” with the hashtag #ElleWoodsApproved.

Kaling referenced a well known “Lawfully Blonde” moment when she tweeted the news, saying, “Elle Woods is so notorious, demonstrating you can be girly and savvy simultaneously. Twist and snap individuals!”

“Lawfully Blonde 3” was first declared almost two years prior and scheduled for discharge Valentine’s Day 2020. Another discharge date for the satire has not been declared, and Deadline reports that Kaling and Goor will compose a completely new content.

The task reunites Witherspoon and Kaling, who co-featured in Ava DuVernay’s Disney experience “A Wrinkle in Time” in 2018.

Kaling is as of now enjoying some real success on the accomplishment of “Never Have I Ever,” her basically acclaimed, semi-personal high schooler satire arrangement discharged on Netflix a month ago. Witherspoon, in the interim, has been certain on TV this previous year: co-featuring and delivering Hulu’s “Little Fires Everywhere,” HBO’s “Enormous Little Lies” and Apple TV+’s “The Morning Show.”

“Lawfully Blonde 3” is a follow-up to 2001’s “Legitimately Blonde” and 2003’s “Legitimately Blonde 2: Red, White and Blonde.” The first film was a film industry hit, winning $142 million worldwide and later adjusted into a Broadway melodic that itself generated a MTV unscripted TV drama.

In spite of the fact that there are no insights concerning where the set of three’s third installment will get with Elle Woods, Witherspoon told Ellen DeGeneres a year ago that she trusts it’s the ideal time to bring back her candid, pink-fixated character.

“That is to say, it’s kind of about ladies being thought little of and I believe it’s kind of a smart thought,” Witherspoon said. “Things have changed, yet not that much has changed! I cherished playing that character and she’s so astounding. I don’t have a clue, whether you all need it then I surmise I’ll do it!”