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Video: Macaulay Culkin Shows Us What Happened to Kevin McCallister From Home Alone

Your childhood is officially ruined.

Macaulay Culkin has just shared some insight on what the grownup Kevin McCallister’s life is like and…it’s dark as f*ck.

After spending years avoiding the spotlight, we are now being re-introduced to Culkin as he currently guest-stars in a new comedy web series, :DRYVERS, playing the grownup version of McCallister.

In the first episode of :DRYVERS, Culkin reprises the role that made him a child star and reveals how traumatized his Home Alone character would be 25 years later.

The show starts with the main character, Jack Dishel who ends up as a passenger in McCallister’s Uber-like car service. McCallister apparently doesn’t know how to drive, so Jack offers to drive the car.

It doesn’t take long before Dishel realizes that McCallister is quite troubled (he’s still using the Home Alone theme as his ringtone). Called out for being cold for avoiding his mother’s phone call, McCallister begins to share the events of his childhood.

“I had to fend off my house from two psychopath home invaders. I was just a kid.”

He continues, “I mean, I still have nightmares about this bald, weirdo dude chasing me around, talking like Yosemite Sam. ‘I’m gonna pull your fingernails out! I’m gonna get you, you little scamp!’”

The poor guy doesn’t understand how his parents could remember his bastard older brother Buzz, but forget about him, the cutest eight-year-old in the universe, by far.

Watch the full episode below to find out what happens when someone tries to steal the car they’re driving (and to forever change how you watch Home Alone):


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