Matthew Broderick & James Strollin’ To School

Matthew Broderick & James Strollin' To School

Matthew Broderick, 49, and son, James Wilkie, 9, caught some fresh air walking to school in New York City this morning (February 16). The father-son duo were dressed alike in their puffy jackets and comfy sneakers. The young lad also showed off his long dirty blonde mane and ripped up jeans.

The Biloxi Blues star – who is married to Sarah Jessica Parker and also father to 2-year old twin daughters, Loretta and Tabitha – received some attention earlier this year as his ‘Ferris Bueller’ character appeared in an ad during the Super Bowl. The ad has since received over 14 million views on YouTube.

The actor/performer will be back on the Broadway scene this year after a two year break starring in the upcoming musical Nice Work If You Can Get It. The production is set to premiere in the Spring of 2012.

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Filed under: James Wilke Broderick ,Marion Broderick,Matthew Broderick,Sarah Jessica Parker,Tabitha Broderick

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  1. Anonymous

    For the umpteenth time, why does this child always look dirty and disheveled? He looks like a street urchin. He looks like he’s going to play in the dirt instead of going to school.

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    • Anonymous

      For the umpteenth time, when are you going to get it through your thick head that that’s the way he looks, and it’s not going to change, no matter how many times you comment on it? And that there isn’t actually anything wrong with how he looks?

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  2. Klee

    He looks like a ragamuffin.

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  3. Anonymous

    Anonymous @ 1:11 – you are a complete idiot.

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  4. Anonymous

    If you don’t think there’s anything wrong with the way he looks, don’t have kids.

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