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Ferris Bueller Ad Revealed

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If you happened to catch the Matthew Broderick/Ferris Bueller teaser ad last week and hoped beyond hope that it meant a sequel to one of the definitive Eighties motion pictures, then prepare to be disappointed.

If, on the other hand, you caught it and dreaded the thought of Mr Sarah Jessica Parker reprising his greatest role, prepare to be overjoyed.

The teaser was actually for the new Honda CR-V. That’s right, a car. Not a new Ferris Bueller movie. It was made by The Hangover director Todd Phillips and will be screened at this weekend’s Superbowl. Now get going, go.

(Images: YouTube)

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