Macaulay Culkin prefers to be alone at home than to go out during vacations.
"Definitely not [go out]," Culkin, 37, said on "The Ellen Show" on Monday. "It's my season, it's Macaulay season, I try to go out less and less at that time of the year."
Nor does he participate in watching "Solo at home" movies during the holiday season (or any other season).
"I do not." I really see them all often. We made a 15-year anniversary DVD comment, I realized that I had not seen it in 15 years, while [director] Chris Columbus saw it the night before as a responsible human being, "he recalled. Christmas. "
" I've had people who wanted to see it with me, which is both flattering and spooky. "When I'm watching it, I remember that day on the set, like & # 39; Oh, I was hiding my Pepsi behind the sofa. I can not see it in the same way that other people can. "
The actor-turned Oscar commentator says that, especially near Christmas, strangers will approach him asking him to put his hands on his face and scream the way he did it in the iconic holiday movie of 1990, to no avail.
Culkin explained that a large part of the fascination with him to this day is due to the fact that his face looks almost exactly the same as when I was in elementary school.
"How can a person look too much like him? It's a curse and a blessing, "he said." I can go into any restaurant I want without a reservation, but while I'm there, everyone looks at me. And they all go, & # 39; Aww! & # 39; "