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To the millions of Gen Xers sitting in cubicles listening to New Wave bands on Spotify, wondering how they ever got to be so out of shape, so gray, so middle-aged and so much like their parents, this little 10-second clip that showed up on YouTube yesterday promised something great – the return of a hero, a new chapter in the generational totem that is
Ferris Bueller's Day Off. Alas, amidst all the speculation that Matthew Broderick would be reprising his role in a belated sequel, comes this revelation: It's just a teaser for a
Super Bowl ad.
According to Jalopnik, the ad is for
Honda, and it will rehash all the best scenes in the original film. It's a big enough deal that
Honda has drafted Todd Phillips, he of
The Hangover fame, to direct (John Hughes, director of FBDO, passed away in 2009). Of course, this means the 1961
Ferrari 250 GT California Spider will not be appearing, replaced, according to the report, by a
2012 Honda CR-V.
Not to sound too Cameron-like, but if that's true, it is depressing. Click
past the jump to see the quick teaser video.
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