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‘The Avengers’ Gets ‘The Breakfast Club’ Makeover
Wednesday, February 6 by

Pizza was the schwarma of the 80′s.

John Hughes Death: A Funeral In Shermer Illinois
Friday, October 7 by Duncan Jones
Best Comedy Movie Directors
Thursday, April 28 by Bo Vandy

When talking about the best comedy movie directors, plenty of people can draw a complete blank because unless you are a huge movie buff, the director isn't going to get…

John Hughes Movies
Thursday, April 14 by Joshua Wade

Characterized by heartwarming comedy and brilliant writing, this list of John Hughes movies exemplifies the illustrious career of one of cinema’s most talented filmmakers. The most iconic filmmaker of the 1980’s, Hughes perfectly…

Greatest High School Movies
Saturday, March 26 by Joshua Wade

The greates high school movies run the gamut of teenage emotion and encompass the pressures as well as the joys faced by teens during the four years that define who…

Teen Angst Movies
Sunday, March 20 by Shawn Lealos

The best teen angst movies feature normal kids who realize they might never reach their dreams but desire to be more than just a normal kid. These movies portray trouble…

Posthumous John Hughes Project is What the Streets Want
Monday, March 8 by

John Hughes's career is in upswing after many quiet years. Sadly he's pretty dead but, much like Tupac before him, he still has unproduced work floating around out there. And the streets is hot for one of these screenplays. Grisbys Go Broke, a story about a wealthy Chicago family who lose everything and move to the country, is raising a few eyebrows in Hollywood.Paramount is rumored to be interested in producing though no official offer has been made. It would only make sense for them to acquire the project though. Last night's Hughes tribute has him fresh in everybody's minds and besides, they're making movies about f*cking bubblegum these days. At this rate we'll be lucky not to see a movie called, Hey, 'Member That Time I Farted? and its sequel, Hey, 'Member That Time I Farted Underwater?, within the next decade. (THR)

JOHN HUGHES HAS DIED
Friday, August 7 by

The director responsible for a string of classics passed away yesterday. John Hughes reportedly suffered a fatal heart attack while visiting family in Manhattan. He was 59. Ferris Bueller's Day Off, The Breakfast Club, and Sixteen Candles (amongst others) will always be held in high regard around here. Screen Junkies would like to pass on our condolescences to the family and friends of Mr. Hughes. (AP)Don't you forget about these morning links…Where the Where The Wild Things Are second trailer is. (First Showing)Bryan Singer reteams with Syfy. (Latino Review)Fingers crossed! Louis C.K. may have a new show. (Variety)Galifianakis not too eager about Hangover 2. (IGN)Dethklok coming to a city near you. (TV Squad)