In one month, holiday hijinks arrive with the premiere of #HomeSweetHomeAlone. 🎄 Start streaming the Original Movie on #DisneyPlusDay, November 12. pic.twitter.com/t1NXDCe8Aa
It is also not a true crime documentary about a Mother who leaves her son alone to fend for himself, because if it was I would be in jail. #HomeSweetHomeAlone @disneyplus pic.twitter.com/zO1JJe8GIk
Hey y'all. Just a heads up since I've been getting this question a lot today: I am NOT in the new Home Alone reboot. I wish all involved the best of luck though.
No parents? No problem! ❄️ #HomeSweetHomeAlone, an Original Movie, starts streaming on #DisneyPlusDay, November 12. pic.twitter.com/JzG6Hw3kUK
Is Macaulay Culkin in Home Sweet Home Alone?
Macaulay Culkin, whose performance as Kevin McCallister made the 1991 film and its 1992 sequel “Home Alone 2″ holiday classics, is set to make a cameo in the movie. Devin Ratray, who plays Kevin's brother Buzz in the first two “Home Alone” films, returns as a police officer in “Home Sweet Home Alone.” nj.comSee new ‘Home Alone’ movie trailer. Macaulay Culkin returns with Buzz (woof!).
Is Home Sweet Home Alone a sequel?
The new movie is less of a reboot and sort of a soft sequel to the original. In fact, the trailer reveals that one of the police officers has a “McCallister” nametag. And, from a brief moment, it appears that McCallister is Buzz, the bully older brother of Kevin McCallister. Deseret NewsDisney’s ‘Home Sweet Home Alone’ is a British ‘Home Alone’ sequel
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After seeing first-hand the low transmission data and successful implementation of safety protocols at our other festivals this past month, we feel confident we can update our health policy to allow for:
Negative Covid-19 test taken within 72 hours of the event
Instead, by rolling the dice on negative tests, the festival is going to hope nobody contracts it while in attendance, and subsequently dies horribly when a simple vaccine shot could’ve saved their life. That’s optimistic! And after all, why not be optimistic? Surely, if nothing else, the past couple years have demonstrated that things always get better whenever we hope they will. This might sound like hectoring. It is. Get vaccinated.