Macaulay Culkin's 'Home Alone' mask

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Last Update: 2020-10-26 12:10:25 IST

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The actor reproduces the grimace of the protagonist of the film that made him world famous.

There are several artists, celebrities and 'celebrities' who in these times of pandemic promote the use of the mask as a protection system. The last to recommend its use, and in a very funny way, has been  Macaulay Culkin .

The 39-year-old actor, child star of the 90s and 'enfant terrible of Hollywood later, has posted on his Instagram account an image in which he wears a funny mask on which the impression face is printed, with his mouth open and hands on the face of Kevin, the protagonist of 'Alone at home', when after a shave shave lotion is applied 'after-shave'.

“I protect myself from COVID-19 by wearing the flayed skin of my younger self. Do not forget to put on your mask, guys, "  Macaulay has written as a recommendation  next to the shocking image.

Released in 1990, with a script by  John Hughes  and directed by  Chris Columbus,  'Home Alone' became a worldwide success, with several subsequent sequels, which launched a very young 10-year-old Macaulay  to global stardom  , in the role of the mischievous Kevin facing two clumsy house burglars.

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