No Ferrari for Ferris
No Ferrari for Ferris
In Matthew Broderick's 1986 breakout film "Ferris Bueller's Day Off," the legendary teen took a vintage red Ferrari for a rebellious joy ride. This did not bode well for the Ferrari, but it did wonders for Broderick's career.

Cut to 26 years later. In a new Super Bowl ad from Honda, Broderick is an aging movie star who could probably afford to buy his own Ferrari. But he inexplicably tools about town in a CR-V sports utility vehicle crossover.

And instead of a pretty girlfriend riding shotgun, he's got a giant stuffed panda in the passenger seat. Is this the Ferris we once knew? Has it come to this?


By Aaron Smith and James O'Toole @CNNMoney - Last updated February 03 2012: 6:47 PM ET
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