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What happened to the cast of Breakfast Club? John Hughes classic is 30

What happened to the cast of Breakfast Club? John Hughes classic is 30
30 years ago today, John Hughes's teen movie The Breakfast Club opened in the Us, and although it wasn't a runaway box office hit, in the years since it has rightly claimed a place as a screen classic.

Buoyed by brilliant performances, a sharp script and direction from Hughes and that Simple Minds track, this is a film we return to again and again. But what happened to its stars? We go then and now with the cast to find out what happened to the brain, the athlete, the basket case, the princess and the criminal.

Anthony Michael Hall - Brian Johnson

A staple of John Hughes movies in the '80s, Hall brought endearing geeky charm to National Lampoon's Vacation , Sixteen Candles and Weird Science.

As he grew out of child star roles, Hall sought to shed his established screen persona with a diverse selection of character parts across film and TV.
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V.C. Andrews’ Vampire Novel ‘Daughter of Darkness’ Being Developed for TV (Exclusive)

  • The Wrap
MarVista Entertainment is on a shopping spree. TheWrap has learned that the production and distribution company has partnered with Canada's Evos Media to develop V.C. Andrews novel, “Daughters of Darkness,” for television. Additionally, TheWrap has learned that MarVista has optioned best selling novelist Alisa Valdes’ “The Dirty Girls Social Club” and “The Three Kings: A Christmas Dating Story.” The company has also bought the option to Louisa May Alcott's gothic thriller, “A Long Fatal Love Chase.” The company is currently exploring both TV and theatrical avenues for the three projects. Also read: ‘Escape From Mr. Lemoncello's Library’ Optioned by
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India Pavilion at Cannes to commence on May 13

India Pavilion at Cannes to commence on May 13
The India pavilion at Festival de Cannes organized by the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting and Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (Assocham) will be inaugurated on Thursday, 13th May 2010. Secretary, Ministry of Information & Broadcasting, Government of India,  Raghu Menon will inaugurate the official pavilion in the presence of other dignitaries.

The Indian Pavilion will run at the 63rd Cannes Film festival scheduled from 13-24 May, 2010 in France. The theme for the pavilion this year is "India: destination of Creative & Production Out-sourcing" and "India: emerging global capital of Animation & Special-effect".

India Pavilion will also host workshops on subjects like visual Co- Production Agreements, Ipr & Copyright Regime, Iffi Goa, India: The Emerging Animation Hub, Digital Platforms, Required Cinemas and Parallel Cinema.

There will be talk on Contribution of Mrinal Sen to World Cinema for which the panelists will be Mrinal Sen, Eminent Director and Producer, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting Representatives,
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