Macaulay Culkin’s most significant role came in 1990’s Home Alone as Kevin McAllister. It was a role which the actor again reprised in a 1992 sequel. Both films were huge hits, and many are fans still appearing in its annual viewings during the holiday season. Unfortunately, the massive fame Culkin earned as a kid resulted in him exiting the industry behind for many years, keeping himself away from the films.
Recently, the actor has returned on taking more projects and has also opened up more about discussing the Home Alone and the huge impact it had on him as an actor back in the day. Culkin has surprisingly reprised his role as Kevin McAllister for a new Google advertisement, where he uses a home assistant to complete all the things he had to work harder to achieve in Home Alone film.
Home Alone fans are loving the actor’s return, sharing their excitement not only at his return to the series but also how clever the commercial is.
Here’s what fans are saying about the new commercial.
— The Pixel Factor (@ThePixelFactor) 19 December 2018
Now I really want a Home Alone movie with @IncredibleCulk as the parent.
— Nicole (@disneyparksgirl) 20 December 2018
If you haven’t seen the new google commercial with Macaulay Culkin reenacting home alone 30 years later you are for sure missing out!!! BEST COMMERCIAL I HAVE SEEN TO DATE
— Gianna Larson (@giannalarson30) 20 December 2018
After watching the Google Home Alone ad on YouTube, I now want to sign a petition for adult Macaulay Culkin to be in a remake of Home Alone. pic.twitter.com/Q84s0tv3ZP
— Nicholas Santiago (@YouTubeFan_141) 20 December 2018
HE FINALLY GOT TO EAT THAT MAC & CHEESE 🧀
— cherise 🎄😺🎄 (@cheritoburrito) 20 December 2018
I hope you were paid a million billion dollars for this because this ad is incredible
— Therese Andrews (@ThereseTheBeast) 20 December 2018
Honestly, you are a national treasure for doing this. I think we all needed it. So, thank you very much.
— Morgan Shack (@Morgan__Shack) 20 December 2018
Macaulay Culkin’s return to #HomeAlone in this Google ad is pure gold.
— Chris Dixon (@cdixon25) 20 December 2018
LOVE IT! ❤️ pic.twitter.com/1u4rbo2DaQ
— Hollywood Century (@HWCentury) 20 December 2018
That, is how you do a Christmas ad. pic.twitter.com/jhbqza8OKv
— Jen Shaw (@Jen_Shaw37) 19 December 2018