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


Ever Wonder What Happened To These Iconic Movie Props?

Movie magic is when the cast and crew of a studio are able to make an audience believe something extraordinary, using only the bare minimum to achieve the impossible. Some of the most memorable moments in film history have been thanks to a few well-made props that ended up becoming classic tropes in Hollywood. But what happens when their screen time is over and the director yells cut?Here's the weird and tragic endings for those famous pieces of cinema history!The Heart of the Ocean - TitanicThrillistThe incredible jewel that ties together the love triangle is what sparked the


11 Things Macaulay Culkin Admitted In His Candid Reddit AMA

He may no longer be as famous as he was back in the '90s when he starred as Kevin McAllister in the Home Alone films, but Macaulay Culkin is still making headlines. At 37 years old, the former child star is making a comeback of sorts. In addition to appearing in a number of films and television shows, including performing voice work for the sketch comedy Robot Chicken, Culkin also plays in a band called The Pizza Underground, and recently launched a podcast called Bunny Ears. Hello GigglesHe has been promoting his new project by giving interviews, and to everyone's


Macaulay Culkin Opens Up About His Abusive Father And Michael Jackson

Macaulay Culkin has finally revealed the intimate details surrounding his childhood. The former child star appeared on Marc Maron's WTF Podcast, where he discussed a range of topics, including life as a young performer, his relationship with his father, and his "best friend" Michael Jackson.  In the candid interview recorded earlier this year, Culkin, 38, opened up about what he's been up to for the past two decades, which included playing the lead in the 2003 film Party Monster, performing voice work for the animated sketch comedy series Robot Chicken, and playing in his band, The Pizza Underground.BackGridNow


The Biggest "Plot Hole" in 'Home Alone' Isn't Actually A Plot Hole At All.

Home Alone is one of the most beloved Christmas movies of all time, and it's easy to understand why. Directed by Chris Columbus and written by the late, great John Hughes, it has comedy, action, tension, and above all else, heart.FOXIn case you're one of the three people who hasn't seen it before, the movie stars a young Macauley Culkin as Kevin McAllister, the youngest kid in a dysfunctional family who are about to leave on a trip for Christmas. A power outage forces the family to rush to the airport, only to realize once they're in the air


5 Dramatic Moments That Impacted Macaulay Culkin's Life, None of Which Involve Michael Jackson

Macaulay Culkin is one of those people that will forever be associated with the 90s. It's hard to imagine the decade without him. He may have gotten his start young, but that doesn't mean that his life was without struggles. He was only eight-years-old when he got his first starring role alongside John Candy in the movie Uncle Buck, but it was honestly for the best that he got the job when he did. He came from a family with seven children, and his parents Kit Culkin and Patricia Brentrup were struggling to afford the basics. Columbia PicturesWhile Uncle Buck

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10 Facts About "Home Alone", Ya Filthy Animal

It's safe to say no holiday movie marathon is complete without Home Alone. Released in November 1990, this hilarious movie about what a kid would do when he is left to defend his home against burglars during the holidays, was an instant classic. This movie without a doubt turned Macaulay Culkin into an overnight child star. While you may be confident that you can recite this movie line for line, here are some facts about the film you may not know. Settle in and enjoy, ya filthy animals. 1. There would be no Home Alone without Uncle BuckThe idea of


Macaulay Culkin's New Look Has Landed Him A New Girlfriend

Macaulay Culkin seems to be coming back in a big way. For a few years everyone was getting a little bit worried about him, but now he seems to be doing just fine. He recently was spotted looking a lot better than he had in a long time. He has been filming the new movie Changeland, directed by his friend Seth Green, which seems to have brought Culkin back out of the shadows and into the spotlight. GalaIt's been a while since he was front and center in a movie. He's been spending a lot of his time doing voice


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

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. 20th Century FoxHe 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.Universal PicturesHe then defended his home from the Wet Bandits in Home Alone.20th Century FoxHe then made friends with Michael Jackson, after starring in the Black or White music video.ImgurThen came time to break all of our