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“The Breakfast Club” Star To Host Screening in Downers Grove

Actor Anthony Michael Hall speaks during the 25th American Cinematheque Award benefit gala honoring actor Robert Downey Jr., Friday, Oct. 14, 2011, in Beverly Hills, Calif. Hall and Downey were fellow cast members in the 1985 film, "Weird Science." (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)

There’s a new movie being filmed at Elmhurst College called “The Class.”

If you see it when it comes out it may ring a bell for you. According to Anthony Michael Hall, who will be playing an assistant principal in the new movie, The Class is very much inspired by The Breakfast Club, which he starred in as Brian Johnson in 1985.

Hall was on WGN Morning News talking about the new project, which will be starring Debbie Gibson!

Hall will be at the Tivoli Theater in Downers Grove Monday night (July 26th). There will be a meet and greet, movie screening, Q&A, and a VIP after party.

General tickets (7:30pm) – $40 – include admission to Q&A with Anthony Michael Hall live on stage followed by a screening of The Breakfast Club.

VIP tickets (5:00pm) – $100 – include a meet & greet photo op and signed picture along with admission to the Q&A followed by a screening of The Breakfast Club.

After Party VIP tickets (6:00pm) – $250 – include a meet & greet photo op and signed picture, plus admission to an exclusive after party at the Tivoli Bowl with Anthony Michael Hall and friends, in addition to admission to the Q&A followed by a screening of The Breakfast Club.


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