'Home Alone' actor, Macaulay Culkin, will get his role on "Kings" as the king's nephew.
Another actor will contribute on NBC's upcoming series, "Kings". The one and only "Home Alone" alum, Macaulay Culkin, as reported by EW's Michael Ausiello, will play as the king's nephew, who was being exiled for mysterious reasons.
The airdate and number of episode where the actor will play are unrevealed yet. Macaulay will gather with the series' leading actors like Ian McShane, Christopher Egan, and Sebastian Stan. His entry is completing "Kings" guest stars list which consists of Brian Cox, and recently reported Miguel Ferrer ("Crossing Jordan"), Michael Stahl-David ("The Black Donnellys"), and Leslie Bibb ("Popular").
"Kings" is based on the biblical story of David and Goliath and is set in contemporary or modern times metropolis. The series has had its pilot entitled "bold, bizarre, fun" which is scheduled to premiere during midseason 2009 and will be aired every Sundays at 10/9c.