The Sound of the Crowd

Macaulay Culkin Is Still An Irrepressable Scamp

“The cast [of Culkins’ new movie Saved!] played a game: If somebody else got you to look at their hand below their waist and it was forming the thumb-to-index finger OK sign, you had to pay a forfeit. It meant you were assigned an embarrassing sentence you had to say loudly. For Eva Amurri, the daughter of Susan Sarandon…it was ‘ I only got this movie because of my big breasts and famous parents.’

[Mandy] Moore, who hates cursing, was given the line ‘I love my cunty pussy!’ After a while, she began to enjoy saying it…

Culkin was given a line from Home Alone: ‘Do you guys give up, or are you ready for more?”

–Rolling Stone, June 10, 2004 issue


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