Thirty years ago, Molly Ringwald and the rest of The Breakfast Club hit the big-screen and teens everywhere became obsessed with the 80s cult-classic.
But there are a few secrets even the biggest fans of the hit movie may not know — because they haven't been revealed until now!
In a new interview with 'Time' magazine, Molly, 47, dished on her role as Claire aka "the princess," and admitted she hasn't kept in touch with one of her costars since the film premiered in 1985.
Scroll down to read a few interesting facts about 'The Breakfast Club'!
The cast of 'The Breakfast Club.' (Photo Credit: R/R)
Molly was almost cast in a different role!
When the actress first auditioned for the movie, director John Hughes wanted her to play "the basket case" character. "I was originally considered for the role of Allison," Molly confessed. The part went to Ally Sheedy instead.
Molly as Claire and Ally as Allison in 'The Breakfast Club.' (Photo Credit: R/R)
The famous group dance was supposed to be a solo...
In one of the most iconic scenes in the movie, the five 'Breakfast Club' students — played by Molly, Ally, Emilio Estevez (Andy), Anthony Michael Hall (Brian) and Judd Nelson (John) — dance together in the library. But the scene was first written to only feature Molly's character.
"In the original script, it was supposed to be just my character dancing," Molly explained. "And I’ve never really considered myself a dancer... I was like 'Ahhh God, I don’t know about this!.'" In the end, John Hughes made a last-minute change to have all the stars bust a move in an effort to make Molly more comfortable.
Molly hasn't kept in touch with all of her 'Breakfast Club' costars.
"The only one I haven’t really seen is Emilio [Estevez]," she said. "I don’t think I’ve seen him in years."
Anthony, Molly, Ally and Judd at an event honoring the late John Hughes in September 2010. Note: Emilio is not pictured. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
Molly doesn't think the movie would've worked if it was filmed today!
"No one would have talked," she said, imagining the characters in detention in 2015. "We would have all just been sitting there with our phones texting our friends."
From left to right: Judd, Emilio, Ally, Molly and Anthony. (Photo Credit: R/R)
In celebration of the film's 30th anniversary, 'The Breakfast Club' is set to return to theaters from March 26-31.
Molly spoke to 'Time' magazine.