It has been 25 years since Matthew Broderick played the iconic slacker, Ferris Bueller, in John Hughes' Ferris Bueller's Day Off. Now, the actor is set to embody the role again in a commercial to air during the Super Bowl on Sunday, February 5, TV Guide reports.

The announcement came with a 10-second YouTube clip, posted by user "chuckachucka 2012." This name is likely an allusion to the song "Oh Yeah," by Yello, which played during Bueller's closing credits. "We hate to be such a tease, but on a day like today, we just have to," read the note attached to the video. "Stick it out until the Super Bowl, or take a 'day off' on Monday and catch the big reveal."

In the teaser clip, Broderick, 49, gets out of bed and goes to the window, where he addresses the audience in classic Bueller style. "How can I handle work on a day like today?" he asks.

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