Joyriding ‘Ferris Bueller’s Day Off’ valets getting their own spinoff flick
Sam and Victor are ready for their closeups. The joyriding valets from John Hughes’ 1986 cult classic “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” are getting their own movie. >> Read more trending news“Sam and Victor’s Day Off” is in the works at Paramount Pictures, Deadline confirmed Friday. According to the entertainment news site, the roles of Sam and Victor were originally played by Richard Edson and Larry “Flash” Jenkins, who died in 2019. In the original film, the characters are seen peeling out of a parking garage with Cameron Frye’s dad’s precious sports car soon after Ferris and Cameron entrust the vehicle to Edson’s character.wftv.com
My worst moment: Drew Barrymore and the colleague who yelled on the set of her new TV show
Drew Barrymore was in Chicago recently filming segments that have been airing throughout the month on her daytime talk show “The Drew Barrymore Show,” including stops at Cloud Gate, aka The Bean, in Millennium Park. Why feature Chicago? “It’s just a really important city for me,” she said. “I feel like I have a history with it, growing up in (filmmaker) John Hughes’ world. He shaped so many of ...news.yahoo.com
Famed jewel thief, surf champ 'Murf the Surf' dies at 83
Murphy's death earlier this week was confirmed by John Hughes, director of the Florida Surf Museum in Cocoa Beach, Florida, who has been in touch with Murphy's friends and family members. In 1969, he was convicted of killing Terry Rae Frank, 24, and sentenced to life in prison. “I found God in prison,” Murphy told the Tampa Bay Times a few years ago. He won other titles, leading to his induction in the East Coast Surfing Hall of Fame in 1996. It was in Florida where he got his nickname, according to a post on the surf hall of fame website.
Back to the '80s: Andrew McCarthy writing 'Brat Pack' book
NEW YORK Actor-writer-director Andrew McCarthy, a 57-year-old father of three, keeps getting asked about his Brat Pack years in the 1980s. Grand Central Publishing announced Tuesday that McCarthy's Brat: An '80s Story will come out next spring. Grand Central is calling the book a revealing look at coming of age in a maelstrom, reckoning with conflicted ambition, innocence, addiction and masculinity. McCarthy is calling it a long-delayed reckoning. The term Brat Pack was popularized by an unflattering New York magazine story that ran in 1985 and portrayed the young actors as shallow and self-absorbed. McCarthy has long disputed he was part of any such group, telling People magazine in 1999 that he hadn't seen any of his famous co-stars since making St.