In a new Google Assistant holiday film, Macaulay Culkin has acted the famous roled played by the Kevin McCallister in the original “Home Alone: movie.
The “Home Alone,” which is the highest-grossing movie of Christmas of all time was released in 1991.
Now, Macaulay Culkin reprising McCallisters’ character from Home Alone in the new holiday film entitled, “Home Alone Again with the Google Assistant.”
The new video features a modern-day 38–year old Kevin, who is back with home at his disposal, of course, armed with the capabilities of Google Assistant on his side.
Kevin asks, “Hey Google, what’s on my calendar today?” The assistant responds, “You have one event called, ‘House to yourself.'”
He makes use of Googles’ virtual assistant by updating his shopping list with an “aftershave,” sets an “Operation Kevin” as custom routine to lock the house door, turn on lights and also makes sure Wet Bandits don’t stand a chance.
For a limited time from now, the Google Assistant has the following easter eggs that will bring up some most iconic moments along with quotes from favorite scenes.
The nostalgia begins with, saying “Hey Google…”:
- How much do I owe you? – will speak back “Keep the change, you filthy animal.”
- Did I forget something? – will play back the KEVINNNNNNNNNN scream.
- It’s me Snakes. I got the stuff. — Recreate back-and-forth dialogue from the movie “Angels with Filthy Souls” Kevin watches.
- The Wet Bandits are here — Triggers Kevin defending his house.
- I’m the man of the house. – Relives Kevin’s aftershave scene.
Try them and have fun. Google has also released “The Making of Home Alone Again” video with Google Assistant and Macaulay Culkin collaboration.
Here is Behind the scenes of Home Alone Again:
Home Alone and its sequel, Home Alone 2: Lost In New York are both available to stream on Starz and Google Play.
Google also has posted a number of photos of shot-by-shot comparisons of Kevin McCallister vs. Macaulay Culkin in Home Alone Again:
Here is the new Home Along Again with Google Assistant video trailer: