Eighties Brat Pack star Molly Ringwald is begging filmmaker John Hughes to make a sequel of 1984 teen movie Sixteen Candles.
Ringwald made her name in the adolescent romantic comedy, the first of a string of collaborations with Hughes.
And 24 years later, the now 40-year-old is campaigning for a follow-up, after Hughes vetoed original plans for a sequel.
Ringwald tells AOL Television, "It was something that I definitely wanted to do, but John Hughes wasn't interested, and I didn't feel comfortable doing it without his involvement.
"If we can get John to agree, I think it would be great. I think there are definitely a lot of people who would love to see it, and I would love to do it.
"I think that Sixteen Candles lends itself to (a sequel). It was such a Cinderella story. And I was interested to see what happened to this girl."
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