Home Alone Villain Daniel Stern Has Filmed A Cheeky Response To Macaulay Culkin's Spoof Webseries, In Which He Plays A Manic Cab Driver Who Pokes Fun At The Family Christmas Movie.
Culkin was a child when he portrayed unlucky Kevin MCAllister in the first two Home Alone movies and in the new web comedy DRYVRS, he complains to a customer that the role still haunts him to this day.
"How 'bout this - it's Christmas time... and your whole family goes on vacation and they forget their eight-year-old f**king son, all by yourself, in the house, for a week...," he moaned.
"I had to fend off my house from two psychopath home invaders. I was just a kid. I still have nightmares about this bald, weirdo dude chasing me around, talking like Yosemite Sam. They remembered my b**tard of a brother but they forget me, the cutest f**king eight year old in the universe."
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Macaulay Culkin Has Poked Fun At His Role In Family Christmas Movie Home Alone In A New Webseries, In Which He Plays A Manic Uber Driver.
The actor was a kid when he portrayed unlucky Kevin MCAllister in the first two Home Alone movies and he jokes the role still haunts him while raging to a customer in new web comedy DRYVRS.
After confessing he can't actually drive and handing the wheel to his pick-up, Culkin's character complains about his complicated life, stating, "How 'bout this - it's Christmas time... and your whole family goes on vacation and they forget their eight-year-old f**king son, all by yourself, in the house, for a week... I had to fend off my house from two psychopath home invaders. I was just a kid.
"I still have nightmares about this bald, weirdo dude chasing me around, talking like Yosemite Sam.
A radiotimes.com poll has named 'It's A Wonderful Life' the best Christmas movie of all time.
'It's a Wonderful Life' has been voted the best Christmas film of all time.
The 1946 classic - which starred James Stewart as a man contemplating suicide before a guardian angel intervenes - beat off competition from 'The Muppet Christmas Carol' and 'Love Actually', which placed second and third respectively, in a radiotimes.com poll.
Commenting on the results, film expert Barry Norman told Radio Times magazine: "'It's a Wonderful Life' is a great movie whichever time of year you watch it but if I had my way it would be shown on TV every Christmas Day right after the Queen's speech.
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Imogen Thomas, Danny Cipriani, Home Alone and Katie Price Friday 7th October 2011 Imogen Thomas returning home alone after a night out in London. When asked what she had planned for the rest of the evening, she told snappers she was going to watch a film on the sofa by herself and relax. She did not comment on her recent Twitter rant at Danny Cipriani, who apparently dumped her for Katie Price. London, England
Rihanna has revealed she is currently single and admits not having a man in her life is a ''pain in the ass''.
Rihanna says being single is a "pain in the ass" - because she gets lonely.
The 'Only Girl (In The World)' hitmaker was most recently romantically linked to Colin Farrell and previously dated baseball player Matt Kemp last year, but she insists she isn't dating anyone at present and admits it is a drag.
In an interview with the UK edition of Vogue magazine, she said: "I need an escape because this job is way too much anyway. It's a pain in the ass coming Home Alone and after work to lie in a hotel bed with nobody to get you up unless its work related.
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New York singer Adam Green is behind the quirky 70-minute film, titled The Wrong Ferrari.
NME.com reports the movie, which is already available online, follows Green as he attempts to stay sane during a ketamine-fuelled fantasy involving the world of Super Mario videogames.
Green shot the film entirely on an iPhone.
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'Gossip Girl' actress Blake Lively has topped an online poll of 5 million men to find the world's most desirable woman.
Blake Lively has been named the world's most desirable woman.
The 23-year-old actress - who called time on her three-year romance with 'Gossip Girl' co-star Penn Badgley last September - has beaten the likes of Katy Perry, Scarlett Johansson and Cheryl Cole to top the online poll of 5 million men.
Conducted by AskMen.com, the survey saw 'Black Swan' actress Mila Kunis - who recently split from 'Home Alone' star Macaulay Culkin after eight years together - voted in second place, with 'Modern Family's Sofia Vergara landing a third place position.
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Critics are scratching their heads over the plot of Percy Jackson & the Olympians The Lightning Thief , which has to do with a young man whose father was Poseidon, the Greek god of the sea, and his mother a human played by Sally Jackson. Roger Ebert in the Chicago Sun-Times is among the confused, wondering how Percy's mother met Poseidon. "At the beach, I suppose. Did he reveal his true identity? If a guy picks you up at the beach and says he's Poseidon, do you say, fine, let's not date, let's just mate? Then when the bastard dumps you and disappears, leaving you pregnant, what way is that for a god to behave?" Rick Groen in the Toronto Globe and Mail has this (partial) description of the plot "Poor Percy has never laid eyes on his neglectful sea-ruling daddy and lives with his abandoned mom in a cramped New York walkup, where he's plodding through high school just like any other bored teen. What a waste of his demigod talents -- the kid's not even on the swim team." Like The Wolfman , Percy Jackson receives mostly passing grades from the critics. Carrie Rickey in the Philadelphia Inquirer writes "The film is genial good company. While it won't kill any brain cells, it is unlikely to enter the pantheon of epic screen adventures." And Amy Biancolli in the San Francisco Chronicle credits director Chris Columbus of Home Alone fame for bringing together "The Modern and mythical spheres with sharp pacing and a nifty sense of fun." But Kenneth Turan in the Los Angeles Times isn't buying any of that. "This is generic filmmaking at its most banal," he remarks, "a simple-minded simplification of a not overwhelmingly complex book."
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The Sun published an article on Monday (30Aug09) naming former child star Culkin, a close friend of the pop superstar, as the dad of the seven year old, aka Blanket.
The boy was delivered via a surrogate, whose identity has never officially been disclosed.
The King of Pop's death in June (09) has sparked fresh speculation over the child's parentage.
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Trinny Woodall and Home Alone Wednesday 22nd October 2008 leaves her house to go to work on a Virgin taxi bike. Woodall has recently split from her husband and has been staying in the family home alone. London, England
Denise Van Outen and Home Alone Tuesday 16th October 2007 Denise Van Outen arrives home alone, weighed down with flowers and other gifts from well wishers, after her performance in 'Rent' London, England
Bradford says he was offered the role of HENRY EVANS at the tender age of 12, until the Home Alone child star stepped in.
Bradford tells American gossip site PAGESIX.COM, "I was told that Macaulay Culkin had pulled a big-time power play and told the studio that he had to get my role or he would not do HOME ALONE 2 with them.
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