Ryan Reynolds is now developing a reimagining of the classic film, which starred Macaulay Culkin, as an R-rated comedy about a guy whose home is burgled after he gets too high, according to multiple outlets. As paranoia sets in, he thinks he hears an intruder, but he doesn't initially realise that he's actually right. Turns out thieves have broken in.
Reynolds will produce through his Fox-based Maximum Effort production company and Maximum Effort's George Dewey will be an executive producer. As of this writing, no one's been cast in the lead role of the "twenty-something weed growing loser", and we suppose it'd be too much to ask for Macauly Culkin to come back and reprise his most iconic role.
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Stoned, he attempts to defend his home from the would-be larcenists.
It's not clear yet if Reynolds, or whoever will be taking up the adult-sized likeness of Macaulay Culkin, will be setting up the same kind of intricate and deadly traps for the thieves as the original Home Alone.
At present, Reynolds is busy prepping for his upcoming mystery comedy film Detective Pikachu, in which he stars as the titular yellow electric sleuth. The franchise includes a total of five projects, the most recent of which was the 2012 made-for-TV movie Home Alone: The Holiday Heist.