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Molly Ringwald And The Cast Of 1985’s ‘Breakfast Club’ Reunite At SXSW Film Festival

Making sure that they are not forgotten, Molly Ringwald and the rest of the cast of 1985 hit movie, The Breakfast Club recently reunited. The cast appeared at the 30th Anniversary Restoration World Premier of the film at the South by Southwest Film Festival at the Paramount Theatre in Austin, Texas on Monday. The Breakfast Club is a story of five …

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Ally Sheedy And Molly Ringwald Talk “Breakfast Club” During 30th Anniversary Celebration

Ally Sheedy and Molly Ringwald were on hand in Austin, Texas for the 30th anniversary screening of a newly remastered version of the classic film, The Breakfast Club. The movie, which stars Ally Sheedy as the basketcase, Molly Ringwald as the princess, Emilio Estevez as the jock, Anthony Michael Hall as the nerd, and Judd Nelson as the fearless outsider, …

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“The Breakfast Club” Turns 30, Still Has Great Meaning For Molly Ringwald

The Breakfast Club was released 30 years ago! Can you believe it? The movie that follows a day in high school dentention in the early 80’s is a cult favorite and one that anyone can find a character to relate to. That is a rare quality, and The Breakfast Club is king of that quality. Teen angst in the 80’s …

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Molly Ringwald Wasn’t Going to Let Her Daughter Watch Breakfast Club

Molly Ringwald is making the rounds of the talk shows again. The Breakfast Club is 30 years old. The coming-of-age classic was only John Hughes’ second film. And now it is an iconic piece of 1980’s culture. Molly Ringwald starred as Claire Standish, the “Princess” of a group that consisted of: The Brain – (Brian Johnson) Played by Anthony Michael …

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Molly Ringwald Sings Jazz, Including Breakfast Club Tune

Molly Ringwald’s jazz album Except Sometimes came out in 2013. But Molly Ringwald is still working the material, including performing live in jazz venues. Molly Ringwald recently spoke to Diablo Magazine ahead of a February gig about how she ended up singing jazz. “I was born in Roseville [California] and grew up in Sacramento until I was about 10. My …

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Molly Ringwald Lends Voice To Upcoming Rainbow Brite Reboot

One of the most popular cartoon series of the 1980s is seeing an update as Rainbow Brite gets a reboot courtesy of subscription video-on-demand service Feeln. Lending their voices to this new Rainbow Brite series are actors Emily Osment and Molly Ringwald. Ringwald will be playing the role of the central villain of the series, The Dark Princess. Making a …

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Molly Ringwald’s Daughter Channels Sixteen Candles Pose

1980s television and film star Molly Ringwald recently posted a humorous picture of her daughter, Mathilda, on Twitter. The picture was taken at Target as the family went back to school shopping and happened to come across a display for the iconic 80s movie, Sixteen Candles. “She can’t escape her mom, even when back to school shopping at Target,” Ringwald …

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Molly Ringwald’s Daughter Mimics “Sixteen Candles” Pose

Molly Ringwald may be a famous movie and television star, but that doesn’t mean she doesn’t have to take her kids back-to-school shopping, and on a recent trip to Target with 10-year old daughter Mathilda, a display case featuring Ringwald in one of her most famous roles caught their attention. The duo stopped beside the DVD collections so that Mathilda …

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Molly Ringwald: 30 Years Post ‘Breakfast Club’

Molly Ringwald played the role of The Breakfast Club’s Claire Standish 30 years ago. Now the actress is looking back at her time in the film–the one that ultimately launched her very successful career. Just 16 at the time, Ringwald’s role as Claire could have been so many female high school students in the 1980s–no doubt one of the reasons …

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Molly Ringwald Played Claire Standish 30 Years Ago

Actress Molly Ringwald, once called the greatest teen star of all time, celebrated her 46th birthday last month, and will see the 30th anniversary of the release of her iconic coming of age comedy-drama The Breakfast Club next year. Though, The Breakfast Club was actually set on March 24th, 1984 in suburban Chicago in the script penned by director John …

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