02:13 PM EDT 04/06/2016
Originally posted 04/05/2016 07:20PM
It's been decades since Macaulay Culkin was a world famous child star, but he still finds himself being recognized in the strangest places.
Originally posted 01/13/2016 04:15PM
Green financed the film via a Kickstarter campaign that launched two years ago
The Wet Bandits Are Back! Daniel Stern Releases a Video Response to Macaulay Culkin's Home Alone Parody
Originally posted 12/26/2015 11:45AM
Kevin McCallister isn't the only one who is still affected by the trauma of Home Alone.
Originally posted 12/17/2015 03:50PM
Just over 25 years ago, Macaulay Culkin taught the world that a home invasion can result in physical comedy magic and family fun for all. Yes, Home Alone first opened in theaters on Nov. 16, 1990.
'Your Whole Family Goes on Vacation and They Forget Their 8-Year-Old F---ing Son': Macaulay Culkin Is Still Upset About Home Alone
Originally posted 12/17/2015 03:00PM
Macaulay Culkin is all grown up – and still isn't over the trauma of Home Alone.
Originally posted 12/03/2015 09:00PM
Uh, squad goals…?
Originally posted 08/19/2015 11:20AM
If you still wonder from time to time what Macaulay Culkin is up to – and you're human, so chances are you do – the former Home Alone star has surfaced, in his own defiantly eccentric way, on the funny TV Land sitcom The Jim Gaffigan Show.
Throughout the season, Culkin pops up in a recurring cameo as a fictional version of himself, much as star Gaffigan, a New York-based comedian and family man, plays a New York-based comedian and family man.
Except that Culkin, even at 34, is probably more famous and recognizable than Gaffigan, so there's no need to bother giving him a name or identity. He's simply someone who looks like the grownup Culkin and, in fact, presumably is.
Originally posted 11/09/2014 12:25PM
Macaulay Culkin is alive and well – and quite active on social media.
Originally posted 08/13/2014 04:20PM
On Aug. 16, one of cinema's best babysitting adventures, Uncle Buck, will celebrate its 25th anniversary.
Originally posted 05/27/2014 04:30PM
It was considerably less than a perfect day for Macaulay Culkin's pizza-themed Velvet Underground cover band, the Pizza Underground, when they took the stage over the weekend at the U.K.'s Dot to Dot Festival.
In fact, you might say crowds were beginning to see the light and reject the Pizza Underground's act as maybe a little too cheesy, or perhaps half-baked, even. (That's a Velvet Underground reference and two pizza puns. You're welcome.)
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