Mexico.- The movie ‘My Poor Little Angel’ It is one of the most viewed in December times, so after 30 years of its premiere this is how the stars of this Christmas classic look.
“Home Alone” by director Chris Columbushe made a second version that was called “Home Alone 2: Lost in New York”, however, in Mexico the tape was titled “Mi Pobre Angelito 2”.
The filmmaker returned to repeat the original cast of the first version, so in addition to the child actor there were Joe Pesci, Daniel Stern and Catherine O’Hara, while he added some other talents.
Macaulay Culkin was the most acclaimed child actor during which he starred in the two “My Poor Little Angel” films and other films such as “Ricky Rich”.
At the age of 12, the boy was already a millionaire thanks to the profits he had obtained due to his tapes, however, already in his youth his shares on the screen began to dwindle and he also began to be involved in scandals.
Many say that his change occurred since he began his relationship with Brenda Song, remembered for her role in the Disney series “The Suite Life of Zack & Cody.” The couple have been dating since 2017 and have a daughter named Dakota.
Catherine O’Hara played “Kevin’s” clueless mother in “Home Alone.” Before getting the role of her, she was known for her character “Delia Deetz” in “Beetlejuice”, another classic Tim Burton movie but for Halloween.
The celebrity is currently 68 years old and continues to work in the artistic medium, in fact, in 2020 he won a Golden Globe and an Emmy.
Joe Pesci and Daniel Stern They played the duo of thieves, “Harry and Marv”, respectively, who arrived in New York to continue their illicit life, however, they met “Kevin” and their thirst for revenge changed their plans. Although both are known for “Homa Alone”, they have worked on other productions.
Tim Curry joined the cast to play the uptight and suspicious Mr. Hector, the concierge at the Plaza Hotel. The artist was one of the most important in theater, film and television, as he was in productions such as “It” (That in Mexico), “The Rocky Horror Show” and “Annie”, to name a few.