The exquisite glass garage (and home attached to it) from Ferris Bueller just sold for $1.06 million. There's no word on if Cameron's father is still beating him senselessly for ruining his Ferrari in a teenaged fit of rage and angst.
Once again proving that Florida is a terrible place to own a car, a local news crew busted a local parking lot owner who took a customer's Corvette and treated it like his own plaything for a couple of days. They even used a helicopter to track the guy because no real news happens in Orlando, apparently.
This is very neat: someone took the 1986 movie Ferris Bueller's Day Off and ran all the parallelisms with Matthew Broderick's reprise for the 2012 Super Bowl. It was a great job, although Ferris is not Ferris anymore. [Thanks Brent!]
Loving Ferris Bueller's Day Off doesn't make you weird. That's normal for any child of the '80s. Even more normal is feeling pissed off at Honda for its "Ferris Bueller" Super Bowl ad.
Honda won't deny what everyone wants to know and we already told you: That the mysterious Ferris Bueller Super Bowl ad is Honda's. Honda pitchman? I thought Ferris was gonna be a fry cook on Venus!
There's a lot of buzz right now for the clip above showing Matthew Broderick appearing to be a grown-up Ferris Bueller (bow-bow-chik-chika-chika sound effect included) looking to skip work for another day off.
What happens when the VW Vortex guys collide with the now defunct MPH A-squad? You get Motive, a new online magazine that can toss off pop-media references with the best ironic referrers, while getting elbow-deep into modern car stuff. In their premiere week, Motive takes a Ferrari 250 GTO replica to the high school…