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The 'Home Alone' star takes to his band's social media page and shares some funny photos of him to dispel rumors of his death.
The Pizza Underground decided to end the show after three songs and tweeted later that a couple of people ruined it.
A former party promoter who was portrayed by Macaulay Culkin in a 2003 movie 'Party Monster' has been released from prison after pleading guilty to manslaughter in 1997.
The 'Home Alone' star's estranged father, Kit Culkin, is treated in intensive care at a hospital in Oregon after falling ill earlier this week.
The former child star is featured playing kazoo with a slice of pizza on his face in the bizarre video.
The band recreates some of The Velvet Underground classics, such as 'Stephanie Says', 'I'm Beginning to See The Light' and 'I'm Waiting for the Man'.
The 'Home Alone' actor yells at the paparazzi telling them to go away when he left a nightclub in Brighton, U.K.
The 'Home Alone' lead actor allegedly is among the 100 guests coming to the secret nuptials in Big Sur over the weekend.
On behalf of the 'Home Alone' lead star, a representative calls the National Enquirer story 'impossibly and ridiculously fictitious.'
An employee of New York City's Le Poisson Rouge confirms the former 'Home Alone' actor couldn't do the deejaying, but has left behind his iPod and turned the event into a food drive.
After a photo of gaunt-looking Culkin surfaced, a spokesperson for the former 'Home Alone' star comes out with an assurance that the 31-year-old actor 'is in perfectly good health.'
The former child actor claims his picture with Irene Lopez was just common treatment to fan and he had no contact with her since the photo was taken.
A Jack Black-starring comedy which takes on Jonathan Swift's classic opens to $24 million worldwide at the start of 2011.
During a New Year's Eve performance at a private party in the Caribbean, BEP were forced to halt their set due to a power cut.
Calling it 'absurd', a NASA scientist says, 'The film-makers took advantage of public worries about the so-called end of the world as apparently predicted by the Mayans of Central America.'