They should change the name of the show to AWKWARD! With Kelly and Michael!
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Since Two and a Half Men is officially over, it looks like Jon Cryer is going back to his roots!
This week, the actor took a step back in time on The Late Late Show With James Corden when he reprised his role of Duckie from the movie Pretty In Pink!
The 49-year-old actor and late night host recreated the iconic record store dance routine from the hit 80s movie, and Cryer is still pretty light on his feet!
The two wore an almost exact replica of the ostentatious outfit from the original scene with Cryer's old co-star Molly Ringwald and danced around a record store set to Otis Redding's Try a Little Tenderness!
We're not sure if the actor has been practicing the choreography throughout the years or what, but his dance moves were definitely on point!
Ch-ch-check out the video (below) to see a clip of the nostalgic performance!!
Looks like Michael Douglas needs to brush up on his John Hughes movies!
The 70-year-old was a little rusty on his game, as he and the Two And A Half Men star were having a hard time syncing their minds. They managed to get their first question right, but Douglas stumbled when trying to guess what Cryer was acting out.
The worst part was, Cryer was trying to act out his own movie Pretty In Pink! Douglas managed to get the word "pretty", but stumbled after that. Even though the Oscar-winner was in a ton of 80's movies himself, we guess he missed this Molly Ringwald classic!
Fallon had a much better time partnering with Kat Dennings, as they quickly managed to answer each other's questions. This causes us to wonder if the host stacks the deck in his favor? At least he plays to win!
Ch-ch-check out the clip of the stars playing against each other in the video (above) to see if Cryer loses his cool!
Don't you forget about them!
We can't believe it's been 30 years since The Breakfast Club premiered, but we do appreciate celebrating such a big anniversary!
In honor of the John Hughes film's milestone, SXSW aired a special screening of the movie on Monday and two of the stars actually walked the red carpet:
Molly Ringwald and Ally Sheedy!
'80s classic The Breakfast Club is coming up on its 30th anniversary this year — it's even coming back to theaters!
But would John Hughes' coming-of-age comedy be so well-remembered if it had a gratuitous boob shot right in the middle?
According to author Kirk Honeycutt's upcoming book John Hughes: A Life In Film, the original script had a scene straight out of Porky's in which the high schoolers find a peep hole into the girls' locker room!
Hughes had even gotten as far as
Attention children of the '80s!
It's taken almost 30 years for Jem to become a live-action movie and we've got our first look!
For all you youngins out there, Jem was THE top cartoon in 1986.
Jem and the Holograms changes the origin story a bit — instead of working at a record label like her cartoon counterpart, this big-screen Jem is an underground video sensation!
Is the adaptation truly, truly, truly outrageous, or truly, truly, truly disappointing? Take a look at the first image for yourself (below)!
Children of the '80s, REJOICE! Your favorite and iconic cartoon is coming back to life, all thanks to Feeln!
The network is bringing back the beloved Rainbow Brite in a newly updated version for the kids of today to enjoy!
Starring Emily Osment as Rainbow Brite and Molly Ringwald as The Dark Princess, the cartoon returns on Thursday, November 6th!
The former Hannah Montana star expressed her excitement for the rebooted '80s series in a statement, saying:
We guess she was ready for a change!
Molly Ringwald was spotted with her family AND Snoopy at Knott's Berry Farm this past Thursday, but it was her hair that had our attention!
The iconic redhead decided to switch her hair color, and is now a platinum blonde head! And it looks pretty good on the momma!
The actress was with her husband Panio Gianopoulos and the parents were both holding their twins Adele and Roman who are both just as cute as can be!
We wonder if Molly's switch had anything to do with her career as a musician? Maybe she doesn't want to be recognized as easily these days? Whatever the reason is - we definitely approve!
And we DEFINITELY approve of her ah-mazing family!!
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