Culkin recently said on The Tonight Show that he would new partners by watching the original film. A new ad campaign from Google imagines what life would be like if Macaulay Culkin had to defend his home in 2018, but now with help from Google Home. He seems pleased and goes about his day, recreating moments from the original film. In just one minute, the video manages to tick several major Home Alone boxes. Culkin even makes fun of his age in the ad: This time, when he jumps on the bed, he hurts his back and has to drop to a knee. Kevin McCallister is home alone… again.
He revisits all the hotspots in the McCallister household, including jumping on the bed, eating junk and watching rubbish, and ordering a delicious cheese pizza just for him. Even the pizza scene gets a bit of a makeover, with Google Assistant letting Culkin know that the pizza he ordered has arrived. But whereas in the 1990 movie Kevin went to great lengths to take care of himself while his parents were away — particularly when it came to fending off the Wet Bandits — in 2018, things are a whole lot simpler for Kevin thanks to his smart devices. The advertisement quickly went viral and was shared through numerous social media platforms on Wednesday, which shouldn't be surprising. The ad features the actor revisiting some of the more memorable scenes from the 1990 film; the attention to detail for the set is really awesome, by the way.
Macaulay Culkin has never been able to escape Home Alone. As he steps into an empty room at the start of the commercial, he asks Google what's on his schedule for the day — and the digital assistant replies reminding him that he has the house to himself. He runs out of aftershave, echoing the famous scene in which Kevin shaves his face then applies some of the product onto his cheeks, before screaming when he realises it burns his delicate skin. During a visit to The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon, the former child actor revealed that he sometimes recites the film's lines to impress friends and acquaintances. But this time help has arrived — in the form of his Google Assistant.
Macaulay hops off the bed, wincing in pain and asks his assistant to call his doctor. Google recreated scenes from the in a new ad released Wednesday. I try to go out less and less around that time of year. All in all this is the perfect Christmas advert both heartwarming and painfully 2. You should really watch this for yourself.
If you've ever wondered what Kevin McCallister would be like as an adult, Google's got you covered. The film hasn't lost its relevancy nearly 30 years later, and Google is only helping to bring it into the 21st century. In the new commercial, he pulls up the same movie — and still plays the line, 'Keep the change, ya filthy animal' In the movie, when Kevin orders pizza, he avoids interacting directly with the delivery guy, lest he realize he's a kid there by himself. These are available for a limited time. Rockin Around the Christmas Tree by Brenda Lee. As he sits down to dinner — macaroni and cheese with a glass of milk — the clock strikes nine and he realizes it's time to prepare the diversion. It shows a grown-up Kevin McCallister using Google Assistant to help him navigate the day.
Home Alone Original Score by John Williams 02. The new commercial is part of a string of recent appearances from Macaulay in which he references his Home Alone fame. That maturity doesn't stop him from jumping on the bed, but this time his body protests and his back starts to hurt as jumps. Starting today and for a limited time, your Google Assistant can do these new things. This was an amazing thing to dream up and make for our friends at Google.
And it replaces the Michael Jordan cutout for one of Kevin Durant. The commercial then shows a suspicious van pulling up to the McCallister house, presumably driven by the villainous characters Harry Joe Pesci and Marv Daniel Stern , although never shown in the advertisement. But just in case you're curious you should totally watch this. Also, being an adult now, he seems to know how to use it better, and fails to experience the stinging that Kevin did in the movie. . In a moment fans have waited on for almost 30 years, has recreated some of 's most famous scenes.
Unable to continue bouncing, Macaulay asks his Google Assistant what sciatica is. This is enough to scare off the Wet Bandits surveying the home outside, and Kevin didn't even have to lift a finger. Mac assisted the Christmas-themed heroes with some Home Alone-style antics, which even saw Macaulay pull off a huge dive! He shaves and runs out of aftershave, and asks Google to add it to his shopping list. Google Assistant: The ad above features the Google Home and Google Assistant helping Culkin complete his tasks. Culkin appeared as a child in 1990 in Home Alone, followed by its 1992 sequel, Home Alone 2: Lost in New York. This time around, Kevin simply asks his home assistant to remind him to add aftershave to his shopping list. White Christmas by The Drifters 03.