Andrew McCarthy’s ‘Brats’ Documentary: Brat Pack Reunion with Demi Moore, Emilio Estevez, and More

In Andrew McCarthy’s documentary ‘Brats’, the Brat Pack gets back together to consider the legacy of the renowned 1980s label.

Regaining the spotlight is the Brat Pack. The reunion of the legendary 1980s performers is revealed in a new trailer for Andrew McCarthy’s documentary “Brats.” The movie delves into the lives and professional endeavors of the performers known as the Brat Pack, which originated from a 1985 cover article in New York Magazine.

ABC News Studios’ co-production “Brats” looks at the 1980s Brat Pack movies, which included “St. Elmo’s Fire,” “The Breakfast Club,” and “Pretty in Pink,” as a cultural phenomenon. Famous for portraying teenage angst and appealing to young viewers, these movies permanently altered a generation.

McCarthy gets back together in the documentary with several Brat Pack members to discuss the meaning of belonging to the group.

McCarthy also interviews important Brat Pack film production personnel, including producers, screenwriters, casting directors, and directors. He also strikes up a discussion for the first time with David Blum, the New York writer who first used the term “Brat Pack”

Hulu will debut “Brats” on June 13.

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