Legally Blonde AU. Adrien as Elle. Marinette as Emmett. Chloé as Warner, and Lila as Callahagn. Thoughts?
ooooooooooooooh my god ooooooooooooooooooooooh my god oh my god oh my god thats gonna be stellar af oh my god
Chloe, the bitchy-ass ex-girlfriend who breaks up with Adrien to move onto ‘bigger and better things’ aka Harvard Law School and then doesn’t believe that Adrien is smart enough for her bc he’s just a dumb blond or whatever (what a stupid six-piece mctrash boy warner was gosh) and then tries to take him back after he succeeds
Lila, the seemingly kind professor/lawyer man who takes Adrien under her wing and then tries to sleep with him and says that she only keeps him around as eye candy
Marinette, the sweet professor(?) girl who helps Adrien out in a new environment and believes in him when no one else wants to and supports him as he completely conquers Harvard Law
AND ADRIEN as the frat boy turned law student who only goes out for Harvard Law because someone (not naming names) said he couldn’t so he DID and he was GREAT and he used his extensive knowledge of fashion and cosmetics to CONQUER his first official case and solved a murder
Nino, Max, and Kim as supportive frat boys who don’t really get Adrien’s law school thing but love and support him and help him out as much as they can
Mylène as the salon girl who comes to Adrien in his time of beauty need and they spark up a friendship and then he helps her date the hot delivery boy of her dreams aka Ivan
Mme. Bustier as the lady convicted of murder
It’s beautiful and empowering and there’s a whole song dedicated to trying to figure out whether or not Theo is gay (he is and Mr Pigeon is his boyfriend)
Alex photographed by Joanne Davidson during War on Everyone’s London “premiere crawl” (09/29/16):
“War on Everyone Cinema Crawl…yes I rode in a white stretch limo with the fantastic Alexander Skarsgard, gorgeous Michael Pena and the amazing director John Michael McDonagh. .three cinemas, three introductions, drinking inbetween (well it is a crawl). what could possibly go wrong!! With Alexander Skarsgard, Michael Pena and director John Michael McDonagh. Sometimes my job is pretty awesome!.”
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