Every year we do it again: We see when young Kevin McCallister gets home alone and wins against the narrow burglary of the cult strip "Kevin – Alone At Home." Even the American actor Seth Rogen sat in front of the TV this year – and came to an almost shocking realization: The black and white film, Kevin sees in the first part of the series, is not a real movie.
My whole childhood thought the old movie Kevin in Home Alone (Angels With Filthy Souls) was actually an old movie.
– Seth Rogen (@Setrogen) December 25, 2018
"All my childhood, I thought the old-fashioned movie" Angels With Filthy Souls "that Kevin looks at in" Home Alone "actually exists, the actor writes on Twitter.
The black-and-white movie titled "Angels With Filthy Souls" (also known as "Angel with the Black Soul") will be a tribute to the early 1938 movie gangster movies "Angels with Dirty Faces." For "Kevin – Alone at Home" However, only this scene was shot. There was a gangster aiming through a guy in a gunshot with a lot of lead, saying, "You can hold the rest, you bastard." The verdict, which Kevin later also says to the burglars, went down in film history as a reference. The more shocked are many Twitter users:
I was born of what I forged. Thanks Seth Rogen.
– Laterice Rule (@Queensocialphob) December 26, 2018
Even "Captain America" actor Chris Evans can't believe it:
And also Kevin actor Macaulay Culkin won't have known anything about the movie fake – even if it's just a joke:
To put it in a sentence from the fake sequel to the movie "Angels with Even Filthier Souls", which was featured in the second part of the cult series, "Kevin – Alone in New York" "