Hmmm, and yet isn’t he supposed to be the brain? TMZ reports that the The Breakfast Club star Anthony Michael Hall got arrested last night after allegedly going on a topiary-destroying rampage around his apartment complex. According to a neighbor that alerted the LAPD Pacific Division, the actor was loudly ripping up plants in the building’s common area before the arrest occurred. When the neighbor approached him about the noise, Hall allegedly threatened to Ã¢â‚¬Å“beat him to a pulp,” though that is certainly not how we learned to treat each other that one magical Saturday in the school library. We also learned to keep an eye on the janitor, as he will invariably try to blackmail you.
Once the neighbor in question returned to his apartment, Hall knocked on his door and challenged him to a fight. The man declined (graciously, we’re sure) and called the police, who took The Dark Knight actor into custody without incident. Here’s hoping Hall learns a little something about life and friendship in Adult Detention, i.e. a holding cell.
Usually when a movie’s been on the shelf for over three years, the stars usually don’t want anything to do with it once it finally comes out—don’t mention Case 39 to Renee Zellweger or Bradley Cooper. So it’s hopefully a sign of relative quality that Topher Grace, Anna Faris, Michelle Trachtenberg and Dan Fogler all showed up for the premiere of Take Me Home Tonight, which they filmed all the way back in 2007. Sure, Faris met husband Chris Pratt on the set, but again…that didn’t mean much to Renee and Brad.
Also impressive is how many ’80s figures showed up to celebrate the film celebrating their decade of stardom: Deborah Gibson, Anthony Michael Hall, Ralph Macchio and Tawny Kitaen were just a few of the icons on hand, with future nostalgia marketers like Lance Bass and 50 Cent (wearing a velvet suit jacket!) on hand to take notes. Celebrity Rehab vets Leif Garrett and Rachel Uchitel showed up together as well—hope the on-screen coke use that kept the film off the market for so long wasn’t distracting for them.
See photos of all the stars in the gallery below.
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The five stars of The Breakfast Club reunited this weekend for a John Hughes tribute in New York City. Hughes’ death of a heart attack just over one year ago left us a little shaken – even though the teens in his films were a few years older than us, they depicted adolescence in a way we haven’t seen since, and we’re Hughes disciples of the highest order. Not to mention the fact that his trio of high school films, The Breakfast Club, Pretty In Pink, and Sixteen Candles, marked the genesis of The Brat Pack, the group of young actors including Molly Ringwald, Emilio Estevez, Rob Lowe and Demi Moore, who were known for starring – and partying – together during the mid 1980s.
So whatever happened to the Brat Pack? Some of them, like Robert Downey, Jr., have found more success now than ever, and others, like say, Mare Winningham, found that their star burned out before it even got to shine. More often than not though, after a dark period called the 1990s, these actors reemerged and found success on television and in movies and most importantly, on Twitter. Journey with us to a land of prom, record stores and fancy cars and see what became of them…