Andrew McCarthy, Demi Moore, Jon Cryer and More '80s Stars Reunite for BRATS Premiere 40 Years After 'Brat Pack' Era

McCarthy's documentary made its debut at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York City on Friday, June 7th. For one special evening, the renowned Brat Pack reunited in New York City to show their support for Andrew McCarthy at the Tribeca Film Festival.

Stars from the beloved films of the 1980s such as St. Elmo's Fire, The Breakfast Club, Sixteen Candles, and About Last Night graced the world premiere of McCarthy's documentary, BRATS.

The event took place at the OKX Theater at Borough of Manhattan Community College in New York City on June 7th as part of the Tribeca Film Festival.

Celebrities like Ally Sheedy, Demi Moore, Jon Cryer, and Howie Deutch were among the attendees, showing their solidarity with McCarthy, 61, for his directorial and screenwriting efforts in depicting the golden era of the Brat Pack.

McCarthy, Sheedy, Moore, and Cryer delighted fans by posing together on the red carpet during the event. The documentary features McCarthy conducting interviews with friends and former co-stars including Rob Lowe, Emilio Estevez, Moore, Sheedy

and Cryer, who were central figures in the hit '80s films that earned them the moniker "The Brat Pack," coined in a June 1985 New York Magazine article by writer David Blum.

The name, inspired by the Rat Pack of Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, and Sammy Davis Jr. fame, became an enduring label for this group of actors.

In the BRATS trailer, McCarthy described the nickname as a "brand" that became inseparable from the actors' careers, regardless of their personal feelings about it.

"It had professional consequences," McCarthy explained to PEOPLE magazine in an interview prior to the film's premiere. "While the public embraced us, the industry sometimes viewed it negatively."