Ferris Bueller 2?

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  1. Bryan^H

    Bryan^H Producer

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    [VIDEO] [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SuHmEo0Bx7Q&feature=g-logo&context=G28d26efFOAAAAAAAEAA[/VIDEO] I just saw this on Youtube, and did a little detective work. Turns out this may be happening.
     
  2. Greg_S_H

    Greg_S_H Executive Producer

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    I think it's just a teaser for a Super Bowl ad, but I could be wrong. I don't think a movie should be done now that Hughes is gone.
     
  3. Adam Lenhardt

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    Plus, it'd be kind of depressing. The "American Pie" movies have done a good job progressing the characters in each movie, but a lot of sequels to teenage comedies seem to have grown ass people behaving like teenagers, more or less the same people they were in high school.
     
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    Absolutely! I think the production of a newer version of the 80's classic if done right and was just as funny and terrific as the first one, then yeah Bring it on! Please! My imagination is going wild with all of the possibilities of the events that could take place in the new 2012 flick. lol
     
  5. Zack Gibbs

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    It's just a Honda commercial.
     
  6. Bryan^H

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    It figures. The more I think about it the more I wouldn't want a sequel anyway. FBDO is a classic, and should be left alone.
     
  7. Neil Middlemiss

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    Here is the full commercial. It's good - had a smile on my face the whole way through. If you don't own the Blu-ray of the original, take this moment to purchase immediately!
     
  8. Bryan^H

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    Thanks Neil. An instant classic commercial. I love it!!
     
  9. Brandon Conway

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    Pretty great commercial.
     
  10. Jerome Grate

    Jerome Grate Cinematographer

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    Love it!!!!:D
     
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    Looks pretty good throughout most of it. Must have had loads of makeup. Photos of him our of makeup are pretty frightening, he's defiintly not aging gracefully.
     
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    Looks like digital makeup from the bottom of his eyes to, well, his chin. Even a person in their 20s has bags and lines, but there's nothing but porcelin-like smoothness there. That's ok. The point was to evoke the past.
     
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    ....I was surprised to see even one positive vote on a sequel before the fact of it being a commercial was brought up. Without John Hughes what would be the point? Hell, even if Hughes were still alive I would still be dubious...going "back home" (in films or in life) quite often isn't possible or is just a very Bad idea. IMO it would have been horrible and sad, Hughes would never have done it, I'm sure of that.
     

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