Stars of Ferris Bueller's Day Off have reunited in a sweet video
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The one and only Ferris Bueller and his best mate have reunited 37 years later and it's hard not to love it.
Matthew Broderick and Alan Ruck famously played the most popular school skivers in Hollywood history in 1986 comedy Ferris Bueller's Day Off.
Watch below as the dynamic duo made a sweet photo-booth-style video together:
The film follows high-schooler Ferris Bueller (Mathew Broderick), his girlfriend Sloane (Mia Sara), and his best bud Cameron (Alan Ruck) who all decide to play hooky while embarking on a spontaneous trip through Chicago.
After calling in sick, the Dean of Students Ed Rooney goes on a wild goose chase to catch Ferris in action.
The film was a massive hit and reportedly grossed $70 million with just a $5 million budget - it's been a cult-classic ever since.
Fast forward to 2023, Ruck, 66, was attending the Succession season 4 premiere in New York on Monday.
Surprisingly, he was was joined by his former co-star Broderick, 61, who looked to be supporting his old buddy.
HBO Max shared a now-viral clip of them together and fans are loving it.
Quoting a famous line from the film, one user said: "If you don't stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it."
"FERRIS AND CAMMERON WOW," another added.
While a third person also tweeted: "I’m going to absolutely start screaming and crying."
Someone else said: "Surprised I didn't shed a tear at this not gonna lie."
Another penned: "Idc how many times I see this man’s actual name. He is Cameron."
Ever wondered why there was never a sequel?
Well, not to cause too much excitement, but Ruck previously revealed that he had his own idea for a second film, and it sounds brilliant.
"There are always little rumors, and different writers will come up to [me] at parties or awards shows and say, 'I've got a great idea,' and then you never hear anything more about it," Ruck told PeopleTV in 2020.
"Back in the day, John Hughes talked to Matthew briefly about maybe having Ferris go to college.
"I always thought they should wait until Matthew and I are in our 70s. Cameron's in a nursing home, and Ferris comes and breaks him out!"
Ruck currently plays eldest son Connor Roy on Succession.
The show will return for its fourth and final season March 26 on HBO.
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