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John Hughes Tribute Video Featuring Michael Keaton, Catherine O’Hara


For the newest episode of his digital speak present Reunited Apart, Josh Gad assembled a powerful group of actors to pay tribute to the late John Hughes, AKA the architect of 1980s suburban comedy. Some fairly large names seem within the 5-minute tribute, recreating a few of their most memorable strains from Hughes’ movies. And additionally Chevy Chase is there!

Michael Keaton, who’s growing old like a tremendous wine, recited a scene from his 1983 comedy Mr. Mom, which was written by Hughes. The untouchable Catherine O’Hara recreates her pratfall from Home Alone 2 by truly falling over backwards, which is one thing I couldn’t do until I used to be planning on spending all day on the ground, and I’m roughly half her age. Steve Martin recites the well-known pillow bit from Planes Trains and Automobiles. Laurie Metcalf and Julia Louis-Dreyfuss predictably crush their respective bits from Uncle Buck and Christmas Vacation. Brat Pack mainstays Anthony Michael Hall, Andrew McCarthy, and Jon Cryer recite fan-favorite scenes from The Breakfast Club and Pretty in Pink. Judd Nelson does a number of strains as John Bender in what seems to be an apocalyptic bunker. And Molly Ringwald delivers “They fucking forgot my birthday” with simply as a lot sting as she did again in 1984. And additionally Chevy Chase is there!

You can watch the total video under, which was a part of Gad’s newest episode reuniting the forged of Hughes’ traditional teen comedy Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. For extra digital reunions, take a look at the latest Community digital desk learn guest-starring Pedro Pascal.

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