Macaulay Culkin feels bad about burglars who don’t rob houses on Christmas day thanks to him

Only two days before Christmas, Macaulay Culkin joked about all the burglars who never had the nerve to rob a house on Christmas day, and this is a direct result of his 1990 Christmas film "Home Alone."

"I feel bad about all the burglars who never had the confidence to rob a house on Christmas thanks to me," he wrote on Twitter.

In an interview with "The Joe Rogan Experience" podcast, he revealed that he is prepared to take the next step and have children with his present sweetheart. 

In the movie "Home Alone," Culkin, 38, played eight-year-old Kevin McCallister. He is accidentally left home alone by his family during Christmas vacation.

At the point when the burglars break into their house, they get an unexpected result. The boy sets up traps to prevent them, ultimately leading to a chaotic chase and the invaders' capture.

Earlier this month, Culkin, who began acting at four years old, appeared in a funny commercial for the Google Assistant. In the ad, the actor got back into character as the ingenious Kevin McCallister.

Culkin has been in a relationship with his "Changeland" co-star Brenda Song since 2017.

In an interview with "The Joe Rogan Experience" podcast, he revealed that he is prepared to take the next step and have children with his present sweetheart. 

"I'm gonna make some babies. This one's a good one," he said.

Culkin continued that his babies with Song were "going to be adorable."

"She's Asian, so I'm gonna have tiny little Asian babies. It's going to be adorable -- a bunch of Sean Lennon's running around the house, that's what I'm looking for," he explained.

Culkin was previously married to actress Rachel Miner. The former couple tied the knot in 1998 when they were both 18. However, they separated in 2000 and divorced in 2002.

He also dated Mila Kunis in May 2002 and Jordan Lane Price in 2013.

Culkin was rated as one of the most successful child actors in Hollywood at the height of his fame. He launched his acting career in "Uncle Buck" in 1989. He was ranked number two on VH1's list of the "100 Greatest Kid-Stars."

His career was established when he was picked to star in "Home Alone" and its sequel "Home Alone 2: Lost in New York."

In 1994, Culkin was nominated for Worst Actor for his movies, "Getting Even With Dad," "Richie Rich," and "The Pagemaster."

Since then, Culkin took a long hiatus from acting. He made a comeback in 2003, starring in "Party Monster," where he played a drug-using murderer.

The Golden Globe Awardee is currently filming a new movie, "Changeland."

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