EXCLUSIVE VIDEO! Molly Ringwald: ‘You Should Never See ‘The Breakfast Club’ Remade – It’s a Classic!’

Thu, March 11, 2010 9:00pm EDT by 4 Comments
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Do you think it would be fun to see a modern-day version of Molly iconic 80’s film?

To us, Molly Ringwald will always be Pretty in Pink. We chatted to the 42-year-old actress about her John Hughes Oscar-night tribute, reuniting with her fellow Brat Packers, family life and her thoughts on remaking her most famous film, The Breakfast Club. Unfortunately pals, Molly says if it were up to her, you’ll never see that happen!

Alas, if Molly has her way, you’ll never see Taylor Lautner as ‘The Jock’, Miley Cyrus as ‘The Princess’ and Kristen Stewart as ‘The Basket Case’, uh-uh. Not going to happen. “Why mess with perfection?” Molly asked HollywoodLife.com while promoting her Ragu Recipe for a Good Start contest.

Would you like to see The Breakfast Club remade? Who would you cast? Let us know below!

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santiscream

Posted at 2:19 PM on March 13, 2010  

There is no need to mess with perfection! Leave it alone!

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Cassandra

Posted at 11:28 AM on March 12, 2010  

I dont think you should remate the breackfast club some things are just better left the orignal. I think that you should find a new idea this is not a good one. leave a classic a classic. I mean would you remake breackfast at tiffany’s or A christmas story just so you can bring it into the future? Those are classics and need to stay that way.

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John

Posted at 10:28 AM on March 12, 2010  

I agree – no remake!

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Rowla

Posted at 10:33 AM on March 12, 2010  

With the right cast & director it could be a “new” classic, yes?

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