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Matthew Broderick

Matthew Broderick
Matthew Broderick, born March 21, 1962, is a film actor most notable for playing the lead role in the 1986 film Ferris Bueller's Day Off. (Photo AP)
Matthew Broderick, born March 21, 1962, is a film actor most notable for playing the lead role in the 1986 film Ferris Bueller's Day Off. (Photo AP) « Show less

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  • Super Bowl ads: Broderick's Ferris Bueller takes day off for Honda

     
    A new Super Bowl ad for Honda CRV pays homage to Ferris Bueller's Day Off and stars Matthew Broderick...
  • Matthew Broderick on his Ferris Bueller ad: 'I'm part of a virus'

     
    Matthew Broderick's Honda ad riffing on "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" is a love-it-or-hate-it endeavor. Matthew Broderick, however, didn't immediately love the idea of doing the "Ferris Bueller" Super Bowl ad for Honda....
  • SHOWBIZ 7s: Favorite high school movies from a genre star

    SHOWBIZ 7s: Favorite high school movies from a genre star
    Sam Huntington first came to our attention as a sweet-faced teen rocker in "Detroit Rock City," the 1999 film about a group of high school friends who sneak out to a KISS concert. It was awesome, and Huntington was the most awesome part about it. Since...
  • John Hughes dies at 59; writer-director of '80s teen films

    John Hughes dies at 59; writer-director of '80s teen films
    John Hughes, the influential writer-director who captured the humor and angst of the teen experience, 1980s style, in hit movies such as "Sixteen Candles," "The Breakfast Club" and "Ferris Bueller's Day Off," died Thursday. He was 59. Hughes, who...
  • Sarah Jessica Parker, Matthew Broderick to have twins via surrogate

  • Hughes was a master of light, right notes

    Hughes was a master of light, right notes
    Filmmaker John Hughes burned brightest in the '80s, when he defined teen angst in terms of the caste system of the suburban high school experience, a thread that others would pick up again and again. His films were talky, in a good way. Like the kids...
  • Classic and rare films at Cinecon

    Classic and rare films at Cinecon
    Movie buffs, prepare to feast upon a banquet of classic and rare films, celebrity guests and memorabilia marts at the 45th annual Cinecon film festival, which kicks off tonight and runs through Monday at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood. Among the...
  • Tony Awards: Sean Hayes hosts and toasts Broadway's best

    The women dance onto the stage, hips keeping beat to African drums. A man in electric blue polyester urges the audience to sing "yeah, yeah." Within moments, people who never thought about Nigerian politics are hooked on "Fela!" Such is the power of...
  • New on DVD: 'The Day the Earth Stood Still'

    New on DVD: 'The Day the Earth Stood Still'
    Doubt Miramax, $29.99; Blu-ray, $34.99 John Patrick Shanley's Tony-winning stage play "Doubt" tells the story of a brittle nun and the likable priest she accuses of child sexual abuse, and on stage at least, "Doubt's" measured, troubling inquiry into...
  • Casting call: Picking stars for Dixon trial movie

    The real-life drama of Mayor Sheila Dixon's criminal trial is still unfolding, but it's not too early to start thinking about the inevitable. Who will star in the movie version of this gripping tale? I haven't come up with a title just yet - "The...
  • Lisa Kudrow helps more stars find themselves as 'Who Do You Think You Are?' returns

    Lisa Kudrow may be an Emmy-winning funny lady, but she's serious about helping stars trace their ancestry. The actress who became iconic as lovably ditsy Phoebe Buffay on the long-running sitcom "Friends" decided to bring a British show to the U.S. as...