“The Breakfast Club” is one of those classic movies that everyone should see. Shot in the middle of the ‘80s, the film was supposed to be John Hughes directorial debut; however, studio bosses decided to thwart that and have “Sixteen Candles” come out first instead. When it finally did come out, “The Breakfast Club” was an instant hit and received high critical acclaim. People easily identified with the five characters and their struggles. Thirty years have passed since the film first debuted and it is now considered one of the quintessential movies of the ‘80s. Since “The Breakfast Club” is so awesome, we have rounded up 10 facts that you didn’t know about the film.
Molly Ringwald was originally offered the role of Allison; however, she really wanted to play Claire Standish. She eventually convinced John Hughes to give her that part instead.