"I haven't talked to Reese, but it's funny," he said, while pondering what would have happened to his character in the years since the 2001 movie.
"I have some ideas I would love to see for the situation where Warner is now, like where is he now? It has all kinds of possibilities," he told TooFab. "I do think it's funny, I tell people -- because people love the movie so much and they're always great when they come up and say 'Hi' -- when we get into a conversation I just remind them, I say, there is no 'Legally Blonde' without Warner. Without Warner, Elle wouldn't have gone to Harvard and without that there's no 'Legally Blonde.'"
In case you forgot (but how could you?), after Warner dumped her so he could settle down with someone a little more serious, she took matters into her own hands, made her way into Harvard in an attempt to win him back, before realizing she could do so much better without him. In the end, his "serious" girlfriend Vivian (Selma Blair) broke off their engagement, and his character didn't appear in the sequel.