By Jazz Monroe.
Jack Antonoff of Bleachers and fun. will live-score a screening of The Breakfast Club in L.A. next month, the L.A. Times reports. The event, on April 1, is the latest in Film Independent at LACMA’s “Bring the Noise” series, in which artists create and perform new scores to movies of their choice. (Previous installments include Seth Bogart accompanying Welcome to the Dollhouse and Yacht doing Alien.) “I chose The Breakfast Club because I think about that film often when I write,” Antonoff told the L.A. Times. “I grew up in suburban New Jersey in a similar state of strange boredom as The Breakfast Club. I constantly thought about getting out, and that feeling is so present in this film. A lot of my world now is looking back at that time period from different vantage points.”
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