The Breakfast Club served their detention thirty years ago and the gang is still getting in trouble.
five teens had to waste their Saturday in detention at the fictional Shermer High School in Illinois.
The Breakfast Club is a cult classic telling the timeless story of kids bonding over their insecurities.
SXSW showed a newly remastered version of the classic film in Austin, Texas for the 30th anniversary.
The Breakfast Club starred Ally Sheedy as the gothy basketcase, Molly Ringwald as the popular high school princess, Emilio Estevez as the jock with daddy issues, Anthony Michael Hall as the nerd failing shop, and Judd Nelson as the kid with the pot and the smoldering eyes.
Molly Ringwald and Ally Sheedy, who played Claire Standish and Allison Reynolds in John Hughes’ coming-of-age drama, reminisced about making The Breakfast Club at the SXSW screening of the 1985 film at the Paramount Theatre in Austin, Texas.
Ringwald and Sheedy talked about the film’s writer and director, John Hughes, who died in 2009.
Ally Sheedy said she volunteers as a teacher at LaGuardia High School for the Performing Arts.
“You do matter, we are interested in you, and we’re going to tell your story,” she told the fans Molly Ringwald said her teenage daughter related to Brian “the Brain” Johnson.
The straight-A student who attempted suicide, played by Michael Anthony Hall.
“She felt that I had too many expectations on her,” Ringwald said.
“It was this incredible moment where I realized I was the parent.” The re-mastered Breakfast Club already available on Blu-ray Disc and DVD.
It will be released in hit theaters on March 26.