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Macaulay Culkin Debunks 'Home Alone' Fan Theories, Discusses Its Biggest Plot Hole

Once known as one of the most popular child stars, the now reclusive Macaulay Culkin is slowly resurfacing back into the limelight. In January, the Richie Rich actor hosted a candid Reddit AMA session, where he announced his newest project, a podcast called Bunny Ears, and discussed his "drug addiction" and friendship with the late Michael Jackson. Last Sunday, he live tweeted the Oscars, without even watching the awards show, and blessed fans with a series of facetious comments. Macaulay Culkin/TwitterOn March 3, Culkin made an appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, where he responded to fan

Pop Culture

A Morbid Fan Theory About "The Holiday" Will Change The Way You Watch The Movie

Although The Holiday isn't exactly a Christmas classic (it was released in 2006), it is still one of those films that we can't help but re-watch every holiday season. Not sure if it's because we can't resist an uplifting Christmas movie with a modern twist or we just can't get enough of Kate Winslet, but either way the film does a good job of getting us into the spirit of the season.AmazonIf you need a refresher, all you really need to know is that the movie tells the story of two women, Iris (Kate Winslet), and Amanda (Cameron Diaz)

90s

11 Fan Theories About Your Favorite Cartoons That Will Make You Say "Wait, What?"

Do we spend too much time thinking about our favorite cartoons and movies from our childhoods? Probably, because obsessed fans have managed to come up with these 11 theories about their favorite cartoons that are so strange they could just be true:1. SpongeBob and his friends are all mutantsThe Odyssey OnlineDo you remember where SpongeBob lived? We don't mean "in a pineapple under the sea." His hometown was named Bikini Bottom, and fans think this could explain why our favorite talking sponge and his neighbors are such weirdos.WikiaThe town (and the famous swimsuit) are both named after the