The Breakfast Club Hallway Scene


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The Breakfast Club Hallway Scene

15. The same year Ally Sheedy, Judd Nelson and Emilio Estevez played high school students in “The Breakfast Club” they played college age in “St. Elmo’s Fire.” And that’s where the brat pack started. “The Breakfast Club” was really a star-making movie for Nelson, and Burch was set on him the moment she saw his audition. It was her casting decision that helped launch Nelson’s career and pushed him, Sheedy and Estevez to star in “St. Elmo’s Fire” later that year. “What happened was that Joel Schumacher never hired me, but he would always call me and ask for help. He started to take my cast from ‘Breakfast Club’ and put it in there,” Burch said. “I told him he should put Judd in there. He ended up taking Ally and Emilio as well, and that’s where the brat pack came from. Before then, it was never called the brat pack. It all came about after combining ‘The Breakfast Club’ with ‘St. Elmo’s Fire’ people.”
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The Breakfast Club Hallway Scene

About “The Breakfast Club – Circle Confession Scene” A famous scene from the classic 80’s John Hughes film, The Breakfast Club, that features the films 5 main stars talking about….everything. This scene was unscripted. None of it was written down. The director and writer John Hughes told the actors to ad-lib. The actors made up the stories of why they were in detention. Goes to show you the amount of talent these actors have.
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The Breakfast Club Hallway Scene

Although The Breakfast Club was released in February 1985, the story is set on March 24, 1984 — 30 years ago exactly. Between The Breakfast Club, Sixteen Candles, Pretty in Pink and Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, director John Hughes managed to perfectly capture a slice of teenaged life with humor, truth and just the right amount of emotion. Filming a handful of actors almost entirely in one room, Hughes gave us an earnest look inside the microcosm that is high school—and society. The Breakfast Club is number one on Entertainment Weekly’s “50 Best High School Movies” and reminds us of both the importance and the meaninglessness of that time in our lives.
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The Breakfast Club Hallway Scene

John Hughes originally wanted “The Breakfast Club” to be a 2-1/2 hour movie. However, many of the scenes were cut out and the negatives destroyed. John Hughes said in Première that he had the only complete copy of The Breakfast Club on film. Among the cut scenes from the movie (some filmed, some only written) are: -Carl predicts where the five kids will be in 30 years. Bender will have killed himself, Claire will have had “2 boob jobs and a face lift,” Brian will have become very successful but die of a heart attack due to the stress of the high paying job. Allison will be a great poet but no one will care, and Andrew will marry a gorgeous airline stewardess who will become fat after having kids. -In a dream sequence, Allison imagines Andrew as a gluttonous Viking, Bender as a prisoner, Claire as a bride, Brian as an astronaut, and herself as a vampire. In an unfilmed alternative to this dream sequence, all five kids imagine random things, including cars, naked women, Godzilla, beer, and fighter planes, and these things end up filling the room until Vernon interrupts. -John Bender was not going to walk to school in the original script. He was going to be driven by his dad in a rusty tow truck, and have a brief fight with him before his dad drives off. Bender also tossed a bagged lunch, his father saying “You are a waste of lunch meat!” -After Bender demonstrates “Life at Big Bri’s house” Brian stops Bender and corrects him with a much more pessimistic version of the skit. Claire then proceeds to act out her life before asking Bender to demonstrate his version. Bender’s routine changes as well here. After Bender mimics his mom, he stops, commenting that “then they make me work to pay off the dentist for the teeth HE busts.” -The scene where Andrew and Allison are walking to get the sodas is extended to a point where Allison pulls out a pack of cigarettes and smokes one. -After getting the sodas, Bender shakes his can violently and places it among the five to see who gets the rigged one. Allison ends up getting it, and when she opens the can, all the soda squirts directly into her mouth. -After Vernon asks who has to use the lavatory, the five go to the bathroom. Vernon gives the boys 2 minutes and the girls 3 minutes. Claire catches Allison in a stall eating a bag of chips, repulsing her. Bender mocks Brian for sitting down to pee instead of using a urinal. -When the group is sitting in the circle and Allison mentions that she can write (and do other things) with her toes, she was going to follow up with an actual demonstration. -Several staff members were cut out of the script before filming. Dr. Lange, a social studies teacher who dresses oddly, and Robin, a gym teacher. Robin helps Vernon on a few workout machines until Vernon injures his back, and she eventually visits the students while they are in their circle in the library. Robin initially replaced many of Carl’s scenes and Carl was originally set to be a minor character with only two scenes.During a cast reunion in honor of the film’s 25th anniversary, Ally Sheedy revealed that a Director’s Cut existed but Hughes’ widow did not disclose any details concerning its whereabouts.
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The Breakfast Club Hallway Scene

2. The title was originally going to be “The Lunch Bunch.” By the time Vance came aboard, the scripted film was called “The Breakfast Club.” That wasn’t always the case. “It was going to be called ‘The Lunch Bunch,'” she said. “But a friend of John’s from another school had a detention class called ‘The Breakfast Club,’ so he decided to go with that.” (Thank you, John’s friend.)
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The Breakfast Club Hallway Scene

It was originally suggested that there would be several sequels to The Breakfast Club , occurring every ten years, in which “The Breakfast Club” would get back together. This did not come to pass due to the volatile relationship between director John Hughes and Judd Nelson. Hughes stated that he would never work with Nelson again. Also, it was unclear whether or not Hughes still held ill will against his oft-cast starlet, Molly Ringwald. They had a falling out in the late eighties after Ringwald decided to move on from the teen film genre to pursue more adult roles, thus severing her relationship with Hughes.
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The Breakfast Club Hallway Scene

The film’s title comes from the nickname invented by students and staff for detention at New Trier High School, the school attended by the son of one of John Hughes’ friends. Thus, those who were sent to detention were designated members of “The Breakfast Club”. “The Breakfast Club” at that school probably took its name in turn from the title of American radio’s longest running network entertainment show, broadcast from Chicago, 1933 to 1968.
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The Breakfast Club Hallway Scene

A famous scene from the classic 80’s John Hughes film, The Breakfast Club, that features the films 5 main stars talking about….everything. This scene was unscripted. None of it was written down. The director and writer John Hughes told the actors to ad-lib. The actors made up the stories of why they were in detention. Goes to show you the amount of talent these actors have.
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Scrubs: My Drama Queen (TV Episode) Ted punches his fist into the air after Dr. Kelso permits him to get a soda before returning to work. This gesture, as well as the music playing during this scene, is the same as the last scene in The Breakfast Club after Molly Ringwald’s character gives Judd Nelson’s character her earring.
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16. The gate at the end of the hallway (in the so called “Scooby Doo running scene”) was really there; it sectioned off an area for problem kids who on the weekend would have to go there. Judd Nelson said every Saturday, he’d to go down and torture the kids, yelling things like: “Hey, you wanna go smoke? Oh yeah, you can’t!”
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On Feb. 15, “The Breakfast Club” turns 30 years old. What’s most important about the film, in addition to the way it encapsulates adolescence in the ’80s (along with two other John Hughes films, “Sixteen Candles” and “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off”), is its role in pioneering that “kids from all around the lunchroom” ensemble format. Of course, that made the cast especially important. HuffPost Entertainment spoke to casting director Jackie Burch along with costume designer Marilyn Vance and director of photography Tom Del Ruth about what went on behind the scenes when they worked with the five high schoolers from most iconic detention session of all time.
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1. It got so hot on the upper level of the set that cast and crew would often fall asleep and pass out in the heat. Since “The Breakfast Club” was shot on a closed set, it required a lot of lighting. According to Del Ruth, that meant the upstairs portion of the library (where most of the cast and crew would wait between scenes) was sometimes 95 or even 110 degrees. “They often dozed off in the heat. They’d start snoring,” Del Ruth said. “We had to have the assistant directors go wake them up in the middle of the shots. We had to hire two additional assistant directors to just work the second floor and keep the crew awake so they wouldn’t snore and ruin the sound takes.”

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