I'm just going to say it: This is the best commercial of the decade. On top of that, other like a , , and do most of the heavy lifting when Kevin has to protect his house from the Wet Bandits. But his excitement sours when he realizes that two con men Joe Pesci, Daniel Stern plan to rob the McCallister residence and that he alone must protect the family home. Newser — What is Kevin McAllister up to as an adult? It turns out that stopping a pair of moronic thieves is a lot easier when you've got artificial intelligence and a Roomba on your side. After the McCallisters mistakenly leave for the airport without Kevin, he awakens to an empty house and assumes his wish to have no family has come true. But with age comes the wisdom to let Google Assistant do everything for you like order pizza online. Also in news — The film was written and produced by John Hughes with Christopher Columbus at the helm.
Previous work credits contributor at The Voice Newspaper, FlickFeast, MyFilmClub and film review slot on radio. Google Home devices are popular holiday gifts. Everything else shown is a real product. These are available for a limited time. Apparently the same shenanigans he was up to back in 1990, except now with the help of Google Assistant. Not only did Google nail the details, from Kevin's pajamas to the decor in the , but they also gave us a look at just how different the iconic holiday movie would be in 2018.
With that special time of the year around the corner, revisited his star turn for a charming Google ad. I mean, if that doesn't sell you on buying a Google Home for yourself, I don't know what will. The ad is kind of surprising considering. Check for the full list or just look up your favorite quote on YouTube, which might be easier. Only this time, it's a smart home filled with smart devices, meaning Google Assistant can help him pull all his familiar holiday hijinks from the iconic movie, reports. All grown up, Kevin McCallister is no longer the spry young thing bursting with energy.
What's on my calendar today? The ad features the actor revisiting some of the more memorable scenes from the 1990 film; the attention to detail for the set is really awesome, by the way. Yet the Pixel has a completely edge-to-edge screen on the sides and no notch. The ad has Macaulay Culkin reprise the role of Kevin — but this time, with a more modern, Google Assistant-powered setup. But this time help has arrived — in the form of his Google Assistant. Now, 28 years later, Macaulay Culkin is reprising his role as Kevin McCallister, fending off burglars in a new ad. Despite what everyone says, is not the greatest Christmas movie ever made.
My love for the arts has seen my fingers in many pies but my love of Film won the battle. The commercial does a great job of using nostalgia to show off the capabilities of what Google can do for users. Culkin, as McCallister, wakes up home alone once again and asks Google what's on his calendar. For starters, Kevin can have check his calendar, order him new aftershave no more unsupervised trips to the supermarket , and set reminders to clean the house. Home Alone is an iconic holiday movie.
Google's Home Alone ad is great. There's only one film that fully embodies the spirit of Christmas and that's , a beautiful tale of survival as a young boy thwarts the efforts of two bumbling burglars' who attempt to rob his home on Christmas Eve. Macaulay Culkin is in a new ad for Google in which he plays a grown-up Kevin, still Home Alone in the same familiar McAllister house at Christmas. The ad starts off with Culkin, who plays the infamous Kevin McCallister, checking his Google Home Hub for the day's schedule. Of course the updated 2018 version had a cardboard cutout of Kevin Durant instead of Michael Jordan, and the cutout was moving around on a Roomba, not an electric toy train.
Kevin McCallister is home alone… again. . Just ask , who claims it's. A new ad campaign from Google imagines what life would be like if Macaulay Culkin had to defend his home in 2018, but now with help from Google Home. Jumping on the bed, for example, is a lot harder than he remembered. Well, Google has gone one step further by recreating the family favourite with the help of Kevin McCallister aka Macauley Culkin.
Culkin was nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor — Musical or Comedy, and the film was nominated for two Academy Awards, Original Score and Song. The film hasn't lost its relevancy nearly 30 years later, and Google is only helping to bring it into the 21st century. This phone does not exist. Google recreated scenes from the in a new ad released Wednesday. . .
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