Macaulay Culkin expresses support for having Trump removed from Home Alone 2

Donald Trump et al. standing in front of a building 20th Century Fox Macaulay Culkin and Donald Trump in Home Alone 2 Lost in New York

A fan conjured up a "petition" to digitally remove the president on Sunday via Twitter and by Wednesday, Culkin responded to the social media user.

"Home Alone 2" director Chris Columbus has said Trump, who owned the Plaza from 1988 until 1995, told them they could use the location (for a fee).

"Sold", tweeted Culkin, who is now 40 years-old and played Kevin McCallister in the popular film.

Another fan managed to completely edit out the president with Culkin responding to the fan's effort, writing, "Bravo".

In Trump's less than a minute-long Home Alone 2 cameo, he stops to give Kevin directions in the lobby of New York's prestigious Plaza Hotel.

"Like most locations in New York City, you just pay a fee and you are allowed to shoot in that location", Columbus shared, reminiscing on filming Home Alone 2: Lost in New York. "The scene with Donald Trump was one of several that were cut from the movie as none of them were integral to the plot". However, he also added another caveat for Columbus as well.

If Trump were a Democrat, this Home Alone 2 scene would be beloved today just as the way it clearly was by audiences in 1992.

Amid talk of getting Donald Trump removed from the White House, people on Twitter are more interested in getting the President digitally removed from Home Alone 2: Lost in NY. "It's a moment for the audience, '" the director recalled.

It's certainly interesting the hear about how Trump managed to bulldoze his way into the cast of Home Alone 2: Lost in NY.

Fans of the movie series believe Trump tarnishes the film he appears in after his supporters breached security at the U.S. Capitol, causing a deadly insurrection.



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