A Ferris Bueller's Day Off Sequel? Mysterious Video Hints at It
Talk about teasers...
Earlier today, without fanfare, a ten second teaser video appeared on YouTube, starring none other than Matthew Broderick in a white bathrobe, definitely considering playing hooky from work.
Sound familiar as a plotline? It ought to, especially when you hear the music playing in the background as he stares at the screen...
Uploaded by ChuckaChucka2012, the video doesn't quite say there'll be a sequel to the iconic 1986 movie Ferris Bueller's Day Off, but it does state that on Superbowl Sunday and the following Monday, you can "catch the big reveal".
The three other videos in ChuckaChucka2012's YouTube collection are all short clips from the original movie from 26 years ago, all favorited or liked today as well.
Here's the video, so you can decide... Would this be the mother of all sequels, if true?
It's always possible that this is a company using character recognition to stir up interest in their product, as occurred earlier last year with sightings in the wild of what looked to be a Back to the Future sequel being filmed. The mystery video turned out to be someone in Argentinia catching a company filming a commercial using Christopher Lloyd and the famous DeLorean.