Matthew Broderick teases for a possible ‘Ferris Bueller’s Day Off’ sequel in 10 second clip - VIDEO


"Ferris Bueller's Day Off"
Matthew Broderick has sent ‘Ferris Bueller’ fans everywhere into a tizzy with a new 10 second teaser clip that has been circulating the Internet.

In it, Broderick puts a spin on a famous line from the 1986 John Hughes’ hit ‘Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.’

“How can I handle work on a day like today?,” asks Broderick as he throws open curtains to what appears to be his bedroom in the clip that has garnered over a million YouTube hits. It also became a top trending topic on Twitter on Friday.

The line switches the word “work” for “school,” mimicking the Ferris’ question in the late 80s teen flick.
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The date “2.5.12” then flashes, which is also coincidentally the day of Super Bowl XLVI, in which the New England Patriots will be seeing the New York Giants for a rematch from Super Bowl XLII.

Is the ad teasing a ‘Ferris’ sequel? Will the public find out more on Super Bowl Sunday? Sound off in the comments below!

Catch the quick clip here:


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