"That's the kind of guy I would fall in love with." They thought he was a "twerpy guy", and weren't interested, but Ringwald pushed for his casting. Jon Cryer in particular is perfect for the character of Duckie, an angst-ridden teen who yearns for Andie (Molly Ringwald).They had a special showing of this movie in a theater in Orlando that I went to, and Duckie still to this day, had the whole audience laughing. It seems like every time I watch this movie (and I've seen it so many times) I find something new about it that I like even more.And again the question arose: What had happened to Hughes—where had he gone, and what had he been up to?The answer, to some degree, lay in the wisdom of Ferris Bueller, who, as played by Matthew Broderick, delivered the most epigrammatic of Hughes-isms: “Life moves pretty fast.Her most recent role is Melissa Fitzgerald in 2013 movie We’re the Millers.
He's one of the rich and popular guys but can the two worlds meet?She has slim body with flat belly and natural firm bust.She wears 32B bra size but in one episode of Castle, she looks like having D cups, just because she wears heavily padded pink bra.After a wildly prolific decade of screenwriting and directing that made him the king of teen comedy, John Hughes receded from the cinematic landscape, his legend preserved by the classic 80s trilogy of . He last directed a movie in 1991—the forgettable —and by the dawn of this century he was no longer sending new screenplays to the studios, though any studio would have been glad to have him.Following Hughes’s sudden death, at age 59, last summer, the author delves into his intense connections and sudden breaks with his Brat Pack actors, as well as the essential anomaly of his brief Hollywood reign. Yet, in his absence, Hughes’s cultural stock only appreciated.The filmmakers wanted Blane, to be "a hunky, square-jawed jock," but Molly Ringwald wasn't attracted to that sort of guy.