Actor trades in the Ferrari for something more practical in spoof of his breakthrough role
Matthew Broderick might be all grown up now, but that doesn't mean that he's outgrown his penchant for playing hooky.
As was revealed last week, the actor is reprising his breakthrough role from the 1986 chestnut "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" for a Super Bowl ad, and on Monday the full ad, as well as the product that Broderick will be pitching, was revealed: The 2012 Honda CR-V.
That's right, the 2012 Honda CR-V. Not quite as glamorous as the Ferrari that Broderick drove in the film, but hey — it probably gets better gas mileage, and as the ad amply demonstrates, it has plenty of room for kids. And giant stuffed teddy bears. That's important for a family man such as Broderick.
Watch Broderick dust off a classic in the video.
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