Molly Ringwald wrote a fascinating essay for The New Yorker in which she revisits the old movies she worked on with late director/writer John Hughes. As a teenager, she was long considered his muse, but the two eventually grew to have a strained relationship.
Mark your calendars for a fun night out, good people of Southern California: For the Record is returning to DBA in West Hollywood from February 6 through April 4 with Dear John Hughes, an original cabaret musical inspired by director John Hughes' iconic work.
Reddit, the internet's sometimes lovable, often exasperating socially awkward child prodigy of a brother, occasionally invites celebrities (and meme subjects) to answer questions from the site's commentariat. Last night, former Brat Packer and current grown up actress Molly Ringwald offered herself as an interview…
The cast of The Breakfast Club (minus Emilio Estevez) appeared on GMA today to answer pressing questions about the film, like what's up with Ally Sheedy's Cap'n Crunch sandwich and, can Molly Ringwald still put on lipstick with her cleavage?
Filmmaker John Hughes passed away today at 59. Though he was responsible for such classics as Vacation, Mr. Mom, and Home Alone, it's probably his teen movies—which continue to resonate with each generation—that he'll really be remembered for.
With teen comedy I Love You, Beth Cooper hitting theaters this weekend (and getting trashed by the critics), I began thinking of teen comedy dreamboats of the past, and decided to break them down, one by one.
Clip above; the comments are for arguing over your fave John Hughes film (A toss-up between Weird Science and Sixteen Candles, although next week I'll change my mind to The Breakfast Club or European Vacation.)
Over on EW.com, writer Dalton Ross reports that while his wife loves Pretty In Pink, he feels that Sixteen Candles is a much better movie. When he tells her so, she gives him a "deathly stare." (He doesn't mention that his wife is Christina Kelly — formerly of Sassy, YM, Jane and ElleGirl.) In any case, Ross makes the…