Jon Cryer's iconic Duckie Dale from the Eighties John Hughes classic Pretty in Pink might not seem to have a lot in common with a dancehall on the fringes of Southeast Texas. But you could link one item — that leather-stringed Western bolo tie cinched loosely around Duckie's neck —...
Suit Up is a new documentary that premiered on NASA TV about the last 50 years of spacewalks, or extravehicular activity, that started with cosmonaut Alexey Leonov in 1965. The documentary is narrated by actor Jon Cryer, and it features NASA administrator Charles Bolden and interviews with many astronauts who have completed spacewalks. While many of […]
The 'Two and a Half Men' star and his wife/producing partner Lisa Joyner will develop new projects for the studio behind the late CBS comedy. read more
While lip syncing is all the rage, with much thanks to Jimmy Fallon's antics on "The Tonight Show," not to mention the new Spike TV series "Lip Sync Battle" which just churns out viral clips of celebrities each week, this isn't anything new. Show More Summary
Duckie turns 50 years old today. That's Phillip F. Dale to you, scumwad. Actually, it's Jon Cryer to most of us. But seriously: John Cryer is 50 years old! Born Jonathan Niven Cryer in NYC on April 16, 1965, the actor will probably forever be known first as Duckie Dale from 1986's Pretty in Pink. (Something he reinforced this week …
It's been 29 years since Jon Cryer played Duckie in "Pretty in Pink," but on Tuesday, the actor reprised the part on "The Late Late Show."
But where was Molly Ringwald?
The Late Late Show With James Corden hosted a very special performance. None other than Jon Cryer revisiting his Pretty in Pink character Duckie for a repeat performance of one of the film's most famous scenes. In related Molly Ringwald news...
Donning his vintage white kicks and high-hair wig, Jon Cryer got back into character as "Duckie" from John Hughes' 1986 rom-com classic, Pretty in Pink, during Tuesday's episode of The Late Late Show. The actor and host James Corden recreated Duckie's signature record store dance scene, miming the words to...
In 1986, the world was introduced to a character named Duckie. Created by John Hughes and played by Jon Cryer in the teen dramedy Pretty in Pink, Duckie has a lot of great scenes, but there's one particularly timeless one. He entersShow More Summary
Jon Cryer appeared on The Late Late Show last night and brought everybody back to the '80s with a recreation of his character Duckie's record shop dance from Pretty in Pink. Enjoy, AFTER THE JUMP... And if you missed Corden's...
Since Two and a Half Men is officially over, it looks like Jon Cryer is going back to his roots! This week, the actor took a step back in time on The Late Late Show With James Corden when he reprised his role of Duckie from the movie Pretty In Pink! The 49-year-old actor and late night [...]
Nostalgia alert! Jon Cryer traveled back to 1986 on Tuesday's episode of "The Late Late Show with James Corden."
Watch out, Jimmy Fallon. James Corden is hot on your tail when it comes to getting celebrities to act out our wildest fantasies. On Tuesday's Late Late Show, Corden gave all Pretty in Pink fans a reason to smile when he and Jon Cryer...Show More Summary
Complete with that blazer and hairdo. read more
29 years later, Duckie still owns it
Jon Cryer was a guest on James Corden's "Late Late Show" Tuesday (April 14) and somehow, Corden convinced the nearly 50-year-old actor to dust off his Duckie dancing shows and bust out the "Try a Little Tenderness" dance from iconicShow More Summary
Jon Cryer reprised his Tenderness dance as Duckie from Pretty in Pink with James Corden on the Late Late Show on Tuesday night.
Before Jimmy Fallon had celebrities pretending to sing pop hits on the "Tonight Show" or the girl from "Princess Diaries" swung on a wrecking ball during "Lip Sync Battle," there was Duckie. Jon Cryer gave one of the most memorable lip-sync performances ever in "Pretty in Pink," and on Tuesday's "Late Late Show," he did a long overdue encore. Show More Summary
The "Late Late Show" host and "So That Happened" author reprise Duckie's famous lip-sync rendition of Otis Redding's "Try a Little Tenderness."