What the Brat Pack looks like today
In 1985, New York magazine published an issue detailing the offscreen exploits of a group of young actors, dubbing them the Brat Pack. The phrase would follow these actors around for the rest of their careers, becoming a stumbling block as they matured into adults. While some have fared better than others since the height of their popularity, it's safe to say nobody from the original Brat Pack enjoys the same level of fame they did in the 1980s. Over time, the meaning of the Brat Pack has changed, and it's now commonly accepted as the group of actors that comprised the main casts of two classic films from 1985: John Hughes' The Breakfast Club and Joel Schumacher's St. Elmo's Fire. Here's what they look like today.