The “Home Alone 3 – Kevin’s Revenge” parody trailer was created by the YouTube account VJ4rawr2. It’s a fictitious follow-up to the famous Christmas film “Home Alone,” with Macaulay Culkin reprising his legendary role as Kevin McCallister.
The video effectively incorporates footage from several films and television series, displaying the now 43-year-old actor and co-star Catherine O’Hara.
In the parody, an adult Kevin McCallister seeks vengeance by attacking the house of the famed wet bandits, Marv Murchins and Harry Lyme, following their release from jail.
While the trailer is a creative fan edit, it’s crucial to remember that there will be no “Home Alone 3” with this narrative, and the content is entirely fictitious.
Now comes this spoof teaser, enticing us with the possibility of Culkin repeating his mischievous character.
Fans are suddenly seeking more Kevin McCallister hijinks, especially after the forgettable “Home Alone 4” in 2002 and the holiday-themed theft in 2012.
It’s as if our nostalgic taste buds are longing for that original Culkin flavor to return to the “Home Alone” universe.
The spoof trailer not only broke the internet, but it also shattered expectations and left fans yearning for more Culkin magic. YouTube was flooded with comments, with one individual promising their eternal love for a sequel because, let’s face it, the original two “Home Alone” flicks are the main meal of the Christmas season.
Another admirer, without hesitation, stated that they could easily see this spoof becoming a blockbuster reality. TikTok, who is always up to date, joined the chorus, implying that this would outperform the original “Home Alone 3” at the box office.
Someone even begged, “Please don’t toy with my emotions.” The world is craving more Kevin McCallister pranks, and Culkin is the secret ingredient.
McCallister Mansion Financial Riddle
More arguments have erupted about Kevin McCallister’s family riches in “Home Alone” than the Wet Bandits’ burglary schemes.
It’s a Christmas custom to speculate whether the McCallisters were swimming in cash or simply well-off. Not to be outdone by curious fans, the New York Times canvassed economists and cinema specialists for the definitive answer.
Nothing says “Christmas spirit” like analyzing a family’s financial situation in a Christmas movie, right?
The elusive “silver tuna” – not your typical catch of the day, but the McCallister home in Winnetka, Chicago. It’s the holy grail of burglary targets, offering VCRs, expensive jewelry, and unusual tradable securities.
This suburban home used as Kevin’s battleground is more than just a movie set; it’s 671 Lincoln Avenue, a true jewel in one of the country’s most affluent neighborhoods.
With ample room for Kevin’s army of booby traps and visitors, it completely redefines the phrase “home security.” This home was a fantasy only the richest 1% of Chicagoans could buy in 1990 – a silver tuna indeed!
Armed with spreadsheets and calculators, economic investigators dug deep into the data. Max Gillet, senior research analyst, Cindy Hull, associate vice president and temporary head of the financial markets group, and Thomas Walstrum, senior business economist, solved the case.
They investigated household income, property values, mortgage rates, as well as the typical suspects like taxes and insurance.
It was an economic mystery, and they concluded that the McCallister home was a bastion of wealth, an elite address that would be a financial achievement for most Chicagoans even now. With numbers as proof, the case is closed!