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Home Alone 3 – Kevin’s Revenge: The Viral Fan Trailer With Macaulay Culkin Explained

Legacy sequels are all the rage these days and it would absolutely be amazing to see Macaulay Culkin return as Kevin McCallister for another “Home Alone.” And based purely on fan comments, it’s clear that audiences would openly embrace a third “Home Alone” outing with Kevin. “I haven’t gone to the cinema in a long time, but if they make this parody into a real movie, I’ll grab my money and go to the cinema in an instant,” wrote YouTube user @andrekusumayadi4820. “I swear,” they added, eager to show their interest. These sentiments were echoed by nearly all viewers, including user @jasonsimpkins9069, who wrote, “I’d watch this. Looks way better than what the actual ‘Home Alone 3’ was.”

Fans in the comments section are hoping that the viral “Home Alone” fan trailer compels 20th Century Studios, now owned by Disney, to actually bring Culkin and the gang for a “Home Alone” threequel. As exciting (and financially profitable) as that would be, Disney’s plans for the franchise are unclear. The series received a lukewarm reboot in 2021. The film “Home Sweet Home Alone” focuses on another child in a Kevin McCallister situation. The reboot, which features Buzz as a police officer (that’s where the “Home Alone 3” fan trailer got its footage from), was a poorly received retread.

Could Culkin return as Kevin in the future? That’s anyone’s guess, but the actor did reprise his role for a Google commercial back in 2018.

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