Sarah Jessica Parker is already missing her three babies. The Sex and the City star said she's "gutted" to send her kids off to school, including her son for his first day of college.
Matthew Broderick shared memories from the making of "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" during a 2016 Role Recall interview with Yahoo Entertainment.
"I didn’t really drink the cocktail until after we finished the show," Parker told food blog "Grub Street."
Reese Witherspoon, Chris Klein and Matthew Broderick are among those remembering "Election" actress Jessica Campbell. Judd Apatow has also paid tribute to the actress turned naturopathic physician for her work in "Freaks and Geeks."
The actor worried about how starring in the 1986 John Hughes film would affect his career.
"My love for you is an ache and an honor," the Sex and the City star wrote on Instagram
Chevy Chase, Molly Ringwald, Catherine O'Hara and more recite some of their famous lines in John Hughes movies to honor the late writer/director
Josh Gad hosted a virtual Ferris Bueller's Day Off reunion on his YouTube series "Reunited Apart," and it was filled with nostalgia.
Janet Broderick — the older sister of Matthew Broderick — was diagnosed with COVID-19 in early March
Matthew Broderick said he passed on the role Justin Theroux played in a 1999 episode of "Sex and the City."
The second episode of "Saturday Night Live" opened with another impeachment related sketch, this time taking place in the office of Vice President Mike Pence. Pence (played by Beck Bennett) gathered Rudy Giuliani (Kate McKinnon) and Attorney General William Barr (Aidy Bryant) for a crisis meeting to decide how they're going to deal with the […]
"Impeachment moves pretty fast," he warns the Oval Office crew. "If you don't stop and look around, you might miss it."
As new version is poised to pounce on the box office, insiders share their behind-the-secrets from the 1994 classic, from the Elton John misfire to the key actor who was almost fired.
These Hollywood couples, including Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson, have found romance that's lasted decades.
It was ladies' night in the Parker-Broderick household! SJP's twins, Tabitha and Loretta, got glam with her and attended a New York City Ballet gala.
Lurking at the edges of the show's warmhearted core was a palpable darkness threatening its characters at nearly every turn — Matthew Broderick.
IF you were thinking, “All I want for <em>A Christmas Story</em> is Matthew Broderick,” then Fox has some holiday cheer for you. The two-time Tony winner will narrate the network’s live production of the classic Midwestern holiday tale, which airs December 17. As the narrator, Broderick will provided voice-over as the grown-up Ralphie Parker, who looks back with love and humor on his favorite childhood Christmas. The actor, whose screen credits range from <em>WarGames </em>and <em> Ferris Beulle…</em>
AS Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick celebrate 20 years of marriage, we look back at SJP's decision to be different on her wedding day.
Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick took their kids out for a rare night on the red carpet for the opening of Broadway’s “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.”
Sarah Jessica Parker, Matthew Broderick, and Andy Cohen caught Thursday's opening night performance of "Hello, Dolly!" on Broadway in New York City.
Joe Keery gives his best Matthew Broderick impression as he rushes through suburbia to beat the pizza man home in one of two new ads in movie homage
Matthew Broderick’s title character in the 1986 high school classic Ferris Bueller’s Day Off became so iconic that it’s still the role he’s most closely associated with. The 54-year-old native New Yorker can currently be seen as a senior driver to Beatty’s eccentric billionaire Howard Hughes in Rules, a role Broderick told us he scored after literally having a sleepover at the Hollywood Hills home of Beatty and wife/costar Annette Bening. Broderick can also be seen in a small role in Kenneth Lonergan’s heartbreaking new drama Manchester by the Sea — the actor and director’s third collaboration after You Can Count on Me (2000) and Margaret (2011).
On "Watch What Happens Live," Andy Cohen introduces Matthew Broderick and Kyra Sedgwick with, “They’ve known each other since puberty.” It turns out that Matthew and Kyra went to the same high school — and there’s a little more.