Macaulay Culkin death hoax: I’m alive, spending Weekend at Bernie’s
The rumor of Macaulay Culkin’s death surfaced on Saturday. And just like the last time, the report turned out to be a hoax. But before he was proved to be alive, a ‘R.I.P. Macaulay Culkin’ Facebook page got over a million likes, convincing millions of his death.
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Somewhat laying all the speculations to rest, several pictures of Culkin with his band were posted on their official Instagram page, recreating scenes from a classic 1989 comedy Weekend at Bernie's.
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And despite the fact that the movie they parody in the photos tells a story of two men trying to convince everyone their dead boss is still alive – the proof is convincing enough to state Culkin is alive and apparently on tour with his band, the Pizza Underground.
— Jen Clapp (@jenclapp) November 9, 2014
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