Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
February 6, 2012 by staff
Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, Even if you aren’t a football fan, there’s no way you could’ve pulled a Cameron Frye after last night’s and claimed, as the “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” curmudgeon famously did, that you didn’t see anything good all day.
That’s because two and a half decades after writer/director John Hughes introduced us to the coolest high school kid who ever lived, Matthew Broderick returned during the big game for a “Ferris”-inspired Honda commercial that had the actor once again pointing out that life moves pretty fast, so you should look around every once in a while or you’ll miss it.
Life, then, is all about surprises. Who would’ve thought that, after Hughes died in 2009, we’d ever see some fresh “Ferris” action? Certainly not the film’s producer, Tom Jacobson, who was utterly taken by surprise when a teaser for the ad popped up online ahead of the Bowl.
Shortly before the game kicked off, MTV News called Jacobson to get his take on the spot, what Hughes would make of it and whether we’ll ever get an actual “Ferris Bueller” sequel.
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