Reese Witherspoon Returns as Tracy Flick For Election Sequel

Reese Witherspoon is bringing again one other one in all her nostalgic classics. Titled “Tracy Flick Cannot Win,” a sequel to the 1999 darkish comedy “Election,” is at present within the works, as initially reported by Deadline on Dec. 8. The follow-up movie, which doesn’t have an anticipated launch date, is being made for Paramount+, with “The Morning Present” actor reprising her position as Tracy Flick and producing for her media firm, Hiya Sunshine.

Oscar Award-winning director Alexander Payne, who cowrote and directed “Election,” can be returning for the film in the identical capability. It isn’t but clear if different solid members from the unique movie, together with Matthew Broderick and Chris Klein, are concerned.

Although particulars of the movie are nonetheless scarce, “Tracy Flick Cannot Win” is predicated on the “Election” sequel novel of the identical title. Additionally written by Tom Perrotta and revealed in June 2022, the follow-up e-book sees Flick in her 40s working at a public highschool in New Jersey. Going down within the thick of the #MeToo period, she displays on her relationship together with her former highschool trainer as she fights for the newly accessible position of principal. As for her private life, the previous scholar politician now has a 10-year-old daughter and a physician boyfriend.

The “Election” film garnered a lot consideration on the awards circuit within the late ’90s, together with an Oscar nomination for greatest tailored screenplay and Impartial Spirit Awards for greatest function, course, and screenplay. Witherspoon herself was nominated for each a Golden Globe and Spirit Award for her portrayal.

Paramount+ and reps for Witherspoon didn’t instantly reply to’s request for touch upon the upcoming movie.

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