Star of Home Alone and Home Alone 2: Lost in New York, Macaulay Culkin reacted to the news that Disney is planning to restart the franchise.
This is what an updated Home Alone would actually look like. pic.twitter.com/sGj86933LA
— Macaulay Culkin (@IncredibleCulk) August 7, 2019
“What a restart of Home Alone will really look like,” he wrote. “Hey Disney, call me!” The actor added.
Home Alone is a 1990 Christmas comedy directed by Chris Columbus. Culkin played the role of Kevin McCallister, a boy who was forgotten at home when his family flew to Paris during the Christmas holidays. Initially, Kevin enjoyed solitude in the house, but soon he had to face two robbers.
The film became the highest grossing comedy in the history of US cinema — it kept this record all over the world until the release of "Bachelor Party 2: From Vegas to Bangkok" in 2011. The picture gave rise to a franchise of four sequels, in which only two were direct sequels (and only the film “Home Alone 2: Lost in New York” used the same cast)
Previously, the actor had already recalled his most famous role, starring in an ad for Google Assistant. In the video, the adult Kevin again remains at home alone at Christmas, but this time he can be accompanied by a digital assistant.
Recall that Disney Studio CEO Bob Iger said that the films “Night at the Museum”, “The Wimp Diary”, “Home Alone” and “Wholesale Cheaper” will be re-shot for Disney + streaming service. It is unclear whether the remakes will become independent films or series.
Disney + will begin work on November 12. A subscription to the service will cost $ 7 per month. A package of Disney +, Hulu and ESPN + services will cost $ 13 per month.
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Author: Olga Scherbinina