Molly Ringwald Apparently Wants Some More "Candles"

by | June 7, 2005 | Comments

Yahoo! Movies reports that Molly Ringwald ("For Keeps") is ready to consider a sequel to 1984’s "Sixteen Candles." No word yet as to whether writer/director John Hughes ("Sixteen Candles," "Curly Sue") is involved in the reputed project, but the 37-year-old actress has claimed to have read (and enjoyed) a new screenplay.

"Now, it seems right," says Molly.

Fans of the old Brat Pack gang will want to check out the MTV Movie Awards this weekend, which is where you’ll see Ringwald, Anthony Michael Hall ("Out of Bounds"), Ally Sheedy ("Maid to Order"), and Paul Gleason ("Trading Places") reunite the old "Breakfast Club" crew. When asked where Judd Nelson and Emilio Estevez were, Mr. Hall quipped "They’re in Africa with Dave Chappelle."

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