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Spader rose to fame in 1986 when he starred opposite Molly Ringwald and Andrew McCarthy in the movie, about social cliques in 1980s U.S. high schools.
The actor was part of a tribute to the late writer/director at Sunday's Academy Awards.
But Spader admits he didn't watch the telecast, and doesn't understand why he's become such an influence in American pop culture.
He says, "It's funny, you do films, or a TV show, or anything through the course of your career, and your perception of it is so different than anyone else's. For me, I'll do a job because the rent is due and it's just the job. Then you meet someone 20 years later and they say, 'Oh, I saw this film and it was such an important part of my life growing up.'
"It's part of their pop culture growing up and to you it was just a blink. That film was like that... I have no memory of it."
Start this Pretty In Pink video at 4:25. The song Elegia by New Order is so perfect for this scene.
Actress Molly Ringwald insists the 'Brat Pack' reunion at Sunday's Oscars was easy to organize - because the stars get together every few years.
The Breakfast Club star joined the likes of Matthew Broderick, Macauley Culkin and Ally Sheedy for an Academy Awards tribute to late filmmaker John Hughes, who turned them all into teenage household names - and she reveals the reunion was just old friends getting together again.
She tells WENN, "We had all seen each other about five years ago when we were all together for the MTV tribute to John. We run into each other every so often. We all have very different lives and careers but we usually get together at least every couple of years for one reason or another.
"I just hope next time it will be for a happier occasion."
But she admits it was wonderful to get the chance to honor Hughes at the Oscars: "It was very emotional. It was a wonderful tribute. I was very happy to be a part of it."
The question is where's Emilio Estevez?
OMG here's Molly and Judd. Remember these two hooking up by the end of The Breakfast Club?
And one more of TBC castmate Ally with Molly.
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