Paramount Pictures is working on a spin-off of ‘Ferris Bueller’s Day Off’.
Written, co-produced, and directed by John Hughes, the 1986 teen film stars Matthew Broderick as a high school slacker who skips school and, along with two of his friends, joins the cast of “Cobra Kai.” An update is due from the author. deadline.
In the upcoming movie Sam and Victor’s Day Off, two new characters are introduced on the same day that Ferris (Broderick) and his pals Cameron (Alan Luck) and Sloane (Mia Sara) are off school. increase.
“Cobra Kai’s Jon Hurwitz, Hayden Schlossberg, and Josh Hield will produce the film, with Executive Producer Dina Hillier, Head of Development.
Bill Posley will write the script, but a director has yet to be announced.
Meanwhile, 60-year-old Matthew previously revealed that he nearly turned down the lead role in a classic film.
He said: “I thought [the script] It was great and I was a little hesitant because I had just done it [the plays] ‘Brighton Beach Memoirs’ and ‘Biloxi Blues’.
“I was like, ‘Wow, I’m talking to the audience in the same way these plays do.’ [the 1985 movie] “Ladyhawke,” he speaks briefly to the camera.
“You know, when you’re young or just starting out, it’s like, ‘I have to do something different.
“My recollection is that before I hung up, the agent was behind me in the room and said, ‘Yes, you should do it.
“He flew to New York and said, ‘See you tomorrow. Don’t talk anymore, see you tomorrow. I think you should do that.’