When Molly Ringwald, Ally Sheedy, Judd Nelson and Anthony Michael Hall got together on Monday, it wasn't in the library at Shermer High.
Rather, the four Brat Pack stars of the teen angst-defining movie The Breakfast Club reunited in New York City for a 25th anniversary screening of the '80s high school flick.
The event, hosted by the Film Society of Lincoln Center, also served as a celebration of the film's director, John Hughes, who passed away last year.
Noticeably absent, of course, was Emilio Estevez. He was reportedly working on a film in Canada.
Fair enough. At least he wasn't out taping Larry Lester's buns together again.
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