Demi Moore, known for her iconic roles in the '80s, shared her feelings towards the term Brat Pack.
In an upcoming Hulu documentary titled Brats, led by Andrew McCarthy, Moore shared her perspective on the nickname that became synonymous with a group of young actors who dominated Hollywood during the '80s.
During an appearance on Good Morning America, the actress revealed that while some of her co-stars, like Rob Lowe, were unaffected by the moniker, she personally didn't love it.
Moore expressed that being labeled a 'brat' felt diminishing to their professionalism, but she didn't let it affect her.
She said, "For me, I didn’t love it, being thought of as a brat because I thought it kind of diminished us as professionals."
The documentary, spearheaded by McCarthy, brings together former co-stars, including Ally Sheedy and Emilio Estevez, to explore the impact of the 'Brat Pack' label on their lives and careers.
Moore, who starred alongside McCarthy in the 1985 film St. Elmo’s Fire, mentioned that reminiscing with McCarthy for the documentary was an enjoyable experience.
The term 'Brat Pack' was coined in 1985 by David Blum, a writer for New York Magazine.
McCarthy, who wasn't present when the term was coined, reflects on how it cast a pejorative shadow over their careers.
Brats is set to stream on Hulu in 2024, offering fans a nostalgic journey into the lives of these iconic '80s stars.
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