RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Matthew Broderick

Matthew Broderick
Matthew Broderick, born March 21, 1962, is a film actor most notable for playing the lead role in the 1986 film Ferris Bueller's Day Off. (Photo AP)
Matthew Broderick, born March 21, 1962, is a film actor most notable for playing the lead role in the 1986 film Ferris Bueller's Day Off. (Photo AP) « Show less

Top Matthew Broderick Articles

Displaying items 157-167
  • Helen Hunt calls the shots in 'Then She Found Me'

    Helen Hunt calls the shots in 'Then She Found Me'
    HELEN HUNT didn't know what to expect when she got to the Toronto Film Festival last September. There with "Then She Found Me," her feature directing, co-writing and producing debut -- she also stars, but she's done that before -- she learned that it...
  • Sean Hayes rallies from controversy to host Tony Awards

     
    The Tony Awards have tapped current nominee Sean Hayes to host the 64th edition of the annual theater kudos. By choosing this Broadway newcomer, the producers are sending a clear message of support for Hayes. The recently out actor found himself at the...
  • Pilot season: Matthew Broderick hits NBC's 'Beach'

     
    Broderick's role in the comedy pilot will be his first regular gig on a TV series....
  • Tim Guinee–an actor with character

     
    I first met Tim Guinee when he came to speak to young actors at his alma mater, the North Carolina School of the Arts (as it was then-called).  He wasn't there to give them the “Look at me, I made it and you can too” talk. He was all about...
  • 'Louie': Slices of life

     
    Both segments in Tuesday's episode of "Louie," "Louise" and "Heckler/Cop Movie," play off the inherent differences between reality and reality as presented through the lens of entertainment. In the first, Louie runs into a woman who's decided to not pay.....
  • Tony Awards: Sean Hayes hosts and toasts Broadway's best

    The women dance onto the stage, hips keeping beat to African drums. A man in electric blue polyester urges the audience to sing "yeah, yeah." Within moments, people who never thought about Nigerian politics are hooked on "Fela!" Such is the power of...
  • Parker, Broderick Welcome Twin Girls

    Parker, Broderick Welcome Twin Girls
    NEW YORK -- Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick are the proud parents of twin girls, according to her publicist. Publicist Simon Halls says the girls were born Monday afternoon to a surrogate at an Ohio hospital. Halls says that Marion Loretta...
  • Director John Hughes Dies at 59

    Director John Hughes Dies at 59
    LOS ANGELES -- Writer-director John Hughes, Hollywood's youth impresario of the 1980s and '90s who captured the teen and preteen market with such favorites as "The Breakfast Club," "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" and "Home Alone, died Thursday, a spokeswoman...
  • 'Breakfast Club' Director John Hughes Dies From Heart Attack

    'Breakfast Club' Director John Hughes Dies From Heart Attack
    Prolific director John Hughes, most famous for writing and directing such flicks as "Sixteen Candles," "The Breakfast Club," and "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" has passed away, according to his spokesperson. Hughes' untimely passing occurred as he was...
  • Location, location, location

    Since the early 1900s, the Loop has provided compelling backdrops for hundreds of television shows and movies. Here are five of the best. "The Blues Brothers" (1980). In perhaps the most iconic of all Chicago films, "Joliet" Jake Blues (John Belushi) and...
  • Showtime in Branson: So who needs hip anyway?

    "You've got to remember that these are just simple farmers, these are people of the land, the common clay of the new west. You know ... morons." --The Waco Kid, in Mel Brooks' "Blazing Saddles" (The attribution for the quote as published has been...