Legendary American actor, who in a young age has captured the hearts of viewers by playing a major role in the movie “home Alone”, Macaulay Culkin almost got in a tape of Quentin Tarantino’s “Once upon a time in Hollywood”.
This he said in an interview with Esquire.
As you know, not so long ago on wide screens out another film by the legendary Quentin Tarantino, which received very mixed reviews from the audience – “Once upon a time in Hollywood”. Now it became known that the film could appear equally well-known actor Macaulay Culkin, who himself admitted this.
“It was a disaster. I would myself did not work. I’m basically terrible at auditions, and it was also my first audition in eight years. It was a bit sad. Despite the fact that I often act like a funny old man, I still want to get back in the saddle and enjoy the work,” says the actor.
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