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Reese Witherspoon Says ‘Legally Blonde’ Not Allowed To Film At Stanford University After School Gives ‘Insecure’ The Green Light To Shoot On Campus

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Reese Witherspoon Says ‘Legally Blonde’ Not Allowed To Film At Stanford University After School Gives ‘Insecure’ The Green Light To Shoot On Campus

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  • Reese Witherspoon shared that “Legally Blonde” was not licensed to film at Stanford University.

  • Witherspoon responded to an Oct. 24 tweet from Issa Rae, who thanked Stanford for allowing “Insecure” to film on location.

  • Stanford has a long-standing filming policy that forced “Legally Blonde” to use Harvard as a set instead.

Reese Witherspoon recently shared that “Legally Blonde” was initially set to take place on the Stanford University campus after praising her former colleague, “Insecure” creator Issa Rae, for getting permission to film in the school grounds.

The revelation came after Rae thanked Stanford for reversing long-standing policies in a tweet on October 24.

“Shout out at @Stanford for breaking their ‘no shoot’ rule for us!” Rae wrote.

In response, Witherspoon tweeted: “This is major! Fun fact: they wouldn’t let us film Legally Blonde there. So we went to Harvard instead.”

“Also proud of @Stanford alum here .. Fear the tree,” she continued.

Stanford has a general policy against the use of its name in commercial films and on campus shoots. The university implemented the rule due to “year-round campus activity” in order to protect “the privacy and security of its students, faculty and staff,” the policy says.

However, despite the 2001 film being set at Harvard University, the campus scenes for “Legally Blonde” were filmed at the University of Southern California, University of California, Los Angeles, California Institute of Technology and Rose City High School. according to “The World’s Guide to Filming Locations”.

Although Harvard University does not allow the shooting of commercial films on its campus, many feature films have used the school as a setting because of its lax policies regarding the use of its name in films and shows. television, according to a 2001 Los Angeles Times report.

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