When Matthew Broderick was a high-school student, he was a much tamer Ferris Bueller and Kyra Sedgwick was his Sloane, kind of. On Tuesday's Watch What Happens Live, Andy Cohen got the two former classmates, who went to the same private school in New York, to reveal secrets, like the fact ... More »
Films like 'The Breakfast Club' and 'Ferris Bueller's Day Off' were a way of life—and completely life-consuming. [ more › ]
Ferris Bueller is still rooting for the Cubs 30 years later. Matthew Broderick, who played Bueller in the 1986 Chicago-set movie "Ferris Bueller's Day Off," told Jimmy Kimmel Thursday he's excited for the Cubs, even though the team did not invite him to attend the World Series. "A few times they've...
Even the lightest of comedies have villains. Column by Christopher Shultz Welcome once again to What Works & What Doesn't, whereby we examine the basic mechanics of a good screenplay by weighing a given film's pros and cons. This month...Show More Summary
After the credits of Deadpool, which were mostly a tribute to Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, fans were given the news that Cable was going to be a part of the Deadpool sequel, a creative decision that became reality once the Merc with the Mouth crossed the three-quarters-of-a-billion dollars mark at the box office. So Cable will definitely be in Deadpool 2, […]
Did you know that Jennifer Grey (Dirty Dancing, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, Red Oaks) is the daughter of revered theater actor Joel Grey (Cabaret)? The idiots I worked with didn’t, contributing to an alarming trend. Read more...
“Life moves pretty fast. If you don't stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.” — Ferris Bueller This quote doesn’t really apply to the Cubs winning the World Series, but Ferris Bueller is the greatest Cubs fan of all time... Show More Summary
Hey isn’t that … actor Ben Stein, who famously played the high school teacher Americans love to hate in “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off,” dining with pals at the Palm on Tuesday night? Stein, a Washington native with an apartment at the Watergate, we’re told is a regular at the Palm in Beverly Hills near his […]
We’ve been covering the Crazy 4 Cult art exhibitions from Gallery 1988 for years now, and this year marks a milestone for them with their 10th show featuring some of the coolest and weirdest pop culture art inspired by some of your favorite movies and TV shows. Show More Summary
Is this ad for Chuck Grassley in Iowa the best Senate Republican ad of the cycle? Yes, that is Ben Stein, reprising his role in Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, mocking Democratic Senate candidate Patty Judge’s poor attendance record in official duties. Show More Summary
Ben Stein has reprised his role as Ferris Bueller’s mundane economics teacher in a new Iowa ad attacking Chuck Grassley’s Democratic challenger,...
In the post-credits scene from Deadpool, they did a great callback to Ferris Bueller’s Day Off where Deadpool tells the audience “it’s over, go home.” During the scene, he comments on how some marvel films give a post-credits reveal, but Deadpool’s not that kind of movie. Of course he then completely reneges and says that […]
'Ferris Bueller' isn't the only Chicago-steeped tale of a sociopath to celebrate a milestone this year. [ more › ]
It's no small feat being "chill." If you're anything like me, you aspire to be Ferris Bueller but you're actually his super-anxious, hypochondriac friend Cameron. So how do you maintain an effortlessly aloof attitude when life is a roller...Show More Summary
Netflix is making you king of the world... or the couch, maybe. Basically, all of your favorite movies are coming to the streaming service in October. We’re talking about “Titanic,” “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off,” “Dazed and Confused” and more. Yeah, people. Show More Summary
A number of great titles are leaving Netflix in October, but that void will be filled by a fresh crop of classics. "Ferris Bueller's Day Off," a cult '80s hit and director John Hughes' "love letter" to Chicago, will arrive on the streaming...Show More Summary
It’s now officially fall, and we could think of no better time to share the fruits of Netflix’s latest harvest. The streaming giant will boast the arrival and/or return of films like Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, Three Kings, Unforgiven, and, despite what it augurs, the ice-filled romp of Snow Day. Show More Summary
STX’s Edge of Seventeen closed the Toronto International Film Festival on the weekend – to critical and audience acclaim (compared favorably with the best of John Hughes – Pretty In Pink, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off). Edge of SeventeenShow More Summary
You don't hear a lot of Beatles music in modern movies, unless you are a movie like Across the Universe, which is structured around Beatles classics. Maybe it's because Ferris Bueller's Day Off poisoned the well.
What's so good? It's scary to think that Ferris Bueller's Day Off was probably released before you were born. And now, for the first time ever, this cinema classic will release it's official soundtrack. Thirty years after the movie aired on the big screen, La-La Land Records will give it new life. Show More Summary