Canadian broadcaster CBC says Donald Trump's cameo was cut from the TV version of the film before he was elected President.
Archie Yates, the breakout star of Taika Waititi's WWII satire Jojo Rabbit, will play the lead role, though the movie won't follow the same story as the family classic.
'Home Alone' has already been flogged to death - why does it matter if it's happening again?
Disney is to reboot the Home Alone, Night at the Museum, Diary of a Wimpy Kid and Cheaper by the Dozen franchises, the studio has confirmed.
Hawking Google's new Google Assistant artificial intelligence technology, Culkin is back in the family pile and he's got the place to himself.
Ryan Reynolds is throwing himself behind new project Stoned Alone, a 'hard R' rated stoner comedy reimagining of Home Alone.
It’s that time of year again when chocolate becomes a viable breakfast option and alcohol becomes part of your daily routine.It’s also the only time of year it’s OK to listen to Slade un-ironically, but most excitingly, it’s the time of year we get to revisit our favourite festive films for the millionth time.Here to help you watch your favourite Christmas movies in a whole new light is some of our favourite festive film trivia…Read more 7 movies that are basically the same as Home Alone 10 stars who will be HUGE in 2018 Hollywood offspring aiming for stardom in 2018
If you're getting ready for your annual viewing of Christmas classic Home Alone, you should totally double-bill it with one of this lot...
You better not hide, we've got the exclusive new poster for Universal's festive horror 'Better Watch Out' coming down your chimney.
After news broke this morning of famed film and TV actor John Heard’s death Friday, his former <em> Home Alone</em> co-star Daniel Stern took to Twitter to pay tribute to Heard, calling him “the coolest cat in New York City for about 10 straight years.” Stern, who in the note says he met Heard in the nascent stage of his career, wrote that it was Heard’s performance in <em>Between the Lines </em>that not only inspired him to do film but also taught him “HOW to be an actor in movies.” “John…
Us Brits are fairly traditional when it comes to Christmas movies. ‘Love, Actually’. 'Elf’. 'Santa Clause: The Movie’. Whatever latest festive abomination Vince Vaughn has delivered in his considerable sack.
‘Home Alone’ star Daniel Stern received a visit from an “old friend” over the weekend when he was filmed capturing a ginormous spider in his garage. The actor who played Marv the hapless Wet Bandit in the classic 1990 film posted a video of himself trapping the HUGE arachnid on YouTube, where he recreated the iconic moment his character is attacked by the tarantula let loose by Kevin McAllister. In a recent Facebook post about the famous scene Stern said: “People who meet me are always curious if the tarantula was real, if my scream was real, and if I was scared, crazy or both.
Lest you think filmmaking is all sunshine and lollipops, here are 10 reminders that showbusiness is an ugly business, and the family films which you hold dear to your heart were actually the cause of more than a little psychological scarring… ‘The Railway Children’ – The girl’s age was hushed up Casting producers on the 1970 children’s adventure 'The Railway Children’ liked actress Sally Thomsett’s audition for 11-year-old Phyllis so much, they were willing to overlook one fairly significant point – that she was actually 20 years old. Thomsett was three years old than her on-screen big sister, Jenny Agutter, but was treated like a child by crew members, who gave her sweeties for good behaviour. For starters, shooting on the movie very nearly led to tragedy, when Kym Karath, the actress playing Gretl, fell out of a boat and almost drowned – she couldn’t swim and Julie Andrews was unable to fetch her as planned. Andrews was disliked by co-star Christopher Plummer, who likened her presence to “being hit over the head with a big Valentine’s Day card every day”.
It’s something of a trend nowadays to see Hollywood actors appear in adverts, with ‘Home Alone’s’ Macaulay Culkin the latest to jump on board. Yep, the latest big name to advertise alongside anthropomorphised meerkats Alexsandr and Sergei is none other than child star Culkin, who appears in his first (of presumably many) adverts for Compare the Market. Both Arnold Schwarzenegger and Nicole Kidman have recently featured in the company’s previous advertising campaigns, with the latest continuing the playful trend.