Macaulay Culkin Plays Angry Adult Kevin McCallister In “:DRYVRS” – WATCH VIDEO
Macaulay Culkin plays an angry adult version of his Home Alone character Kevin McCallister, who’s still sorting through his childhood issues in the new web series “:DRYVRS.” See the video below.
In the hilarious short, Culkin plays a taxi driver, who ultimately becomes the passenger when it becomes clear he’s too disgruntled to drive the cab. “Never marry a childhood sweetheart,” he tells his passenger Jack (Jack Dishel). But when Jack accuses of him being “ice cold,” at one point during the drive, for not answering a call from his mother, the adult version of Kevin lashes out as he relives his childhood Christmas trauma.
“It’s [expletive] Christmas. And your whole family goes on vacation… and they forget their 8-year-old [expletive] son,” he tells Jack, further ranting that he doesn’t know what it’s like to be “all by yourself, in the house for a week. I defend my house off from two psychopathic home invaders. I was just a kid.” Kevin then angrily recalls how his family “remembered my bastard of a brother, but they forget me. The cutest [expletive] 8-year-old in the universe,” before ranting that his mother “was too busy being a groupie for some polka band.”
But when a burglar attempts to rob Jack at gunpoint, Kevin is well prepared from his childhood Christmas. He thwarts the intruder and ties him up with Christmas lights. The gunman later wakes up tied to a chair in the dark room as Kevin sadistically lists his plans for torture him.
Watch the video below of Macaulay Culkin playing an angry adult version of Kevin McCallister from Home Alone, and tell Gossip Cop what you think.