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The Horror Movie That Emilio Estevez Regrets Ever Filming

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 2021-04-30
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Emilio Estevez has had his shares of ups and downs in film and TV. That's bound to happen when you start an acting career at the age of 11. In the 1980s, Estevez's star shone brightly against the backdrop of Hollywood. He starred alongside the late Patrick Swayze in "The Outsiders," and had the lead role of Otto in the nihilistic comedy "Repo Man." He reached official heartthrob status as high school jock Andrew Clark in John Hughes' "The Breakfast Club," quickly reuniting with co-star Judd Nelson on another '80s coming of age staple, "St. Elmo's Fire." By the time he starred in 1992's "The Mighty Ducks" as compulsory hockey coach Gordon Bombay, Estevez had carved out a spot in entertainment separate from his famous father Martin Sheen.

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