The Film Society Of Lincoln Center celebrated the 25th anniversary of the John Hughes classic, The Breakfast Club last night, complete with a sold-out screening and panel discussion at the Paris Theater in Manhattan. Judd Nelson, Molly Ringwald, Anthony Michael Hall and Ally Sheedy all attended the sold-out show and held court while director Kevin Smith moderated, according to HollywoodNews.com.
Smith was on nationally syndicated radio show Opie and Anthony yesterday to discuss the big night. Smith was disappointed that he’d only have fourty-five minutes with the cast, telling the radio hosts that he’d gladly take an hour with each star.
I’m DYING while I pour over this gallery. How much does Judd Nelson look like a suburban dad with his reading glasses? Everyone’s so giddy and happy. What a great tribute to the late Mr. Hughes.