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Macaulay Culkin Is Looking Good And The Internet Can't Handle It

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Everyone remembers Macaulay Culkin as the adorable little Kevin McCallister from basically every '90s movie imaginable right? Well people are freaking out about how he looks now and it's pretty hilarious.

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He got his start all the way back in the late '80s. His first big role you might remember him from was as Miles Russell in Uncle Buck.

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He then defended his home from the Wet Bandits in Home Alone.

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He then made friends with Michael Jackson, after starring in the Black or White music video.

Then came time to break all of our hearts in the movie My Girl.

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The Pagemaster was an often overlooked venture that deserves some recognition.

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Richie Rich was his last movie before taking a 9 year break.

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He came back in 2003 with the movie Party Monster but by then he obviously puberty had happened and he looked nothing like he used to

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In 2004 he got into some trouble with the police after being arrested in Oklahoma City for possession of marijuana and controlled substances.

He had mostly retired from acting other than the voice of roles he does for Robot Chicken, and instead focuses on other creative endeavors including a pizza-themed  comedy rock band called Pizza Underground.

“It’s one of those good ideas you have when you’re drunk, and you wake up and forget about it. But we’re taking it to the end of the joke. We have an album coming out, a vinyl pressing with a children’s choir, a symphony orchestra. We’re giving it away, our gift to the world.”

But he seems to be making a bit of a comeback in recent years! And now he has debuted a whole new look that is a big change from what we've seen lately! Understandably, the internet is freaking out.

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