Please don’t say we’re not going to take the van home.
Reporters in President Biden’s motorcade were driven around the Los Angeles area in a custom van on Tuesday by “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” actor Alan Ruck, who played Cameron, the repressed pal who drove the truant Bueller around Chicago in his dad’s classic Ferrari in the 1986 blockbuster before accidentally destroying the car.
Ruck — whose Cameron initially resisted Bueller’s request for a ride, but later accepted the car’s destruction as a moment of empowerment in his relationship with his authoritarian father — posed for photos with reporters in Long Beach, Calif., ahead of a 17-minute one-way drive to the airport.
Mario Parker, a White House reporter for Bloomberg News, posted to Twitter a group photo with Ruck, who also played a wealthy family’s aloof older brother, Connor Roy, in HBO’s “Succession,” a TV drama involving an intra-dynastic struggle for corporate control. The show’s third