Featuring the 1986 movie directed by John Hughes and starring Matthew Broderick as Ferris Bueller.

 

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Speculate on a Ferris Bueller Returns sequel

"Fifteen years from now when he looks back on the ruin his life's become, he's going to remember Edward Rooney." Well, that was back in 2001, but I'd still like to hear your comments and suggestions on a follow-up. Casting would be no problem since Matthew Broderick is the next Dick Clark. Would there be another road trip? Is Ferris in college or working in downtown Chicago?

E-mail me your best storyline and I'll send this summary to Paramount.


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