TV’s golden Easter egg may have been discovered, linking the fictional McAllister family together. home alone And the cast of friend.
Earlier this week, an Instagram user named Scott Westwood wrote, “Chandler and Monica… friend moved into McAllister’s house from home alone”
The clip combines footage from the 1990 film about a family who go on vacation but realize a little too late that they’ve left one of their children at home, with a video of “Mondler” at home. — indicates home alone A house seen from the window.
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The video has racked up a whopping 14.4 million views since its release (and counting) and even caught the attention of a user named Darren Janes, who says he’s an art director for a sitcom based in New York City. .
“This is hilarious. You got me,” Janes commented.
“I was an art director friend And the house was a set. The actors came in through the front door and we looked out,” Janes continued. “We used support from a company called Pacific Studios. home alone Because it was the most beautiful view from the door and window. Great eyes, my friend! ! ! ”
As of Thursday, Janes’ comment on Westwood’s post had more than 103,000 likes and nearly 400 comments.
It was released to the world in November 1990, home alone The house has stood the test of time. last week, new york times The McAllister family has today published an in-depth look into how much it really costs to live in this huge abode.
This Winnetka, Illinois property features a unique booby-trapped Airbnb property, just like how Kevin successfully thwarted two clumsy criminals in the cult classic holiday movie. it was done.
However, according to financial experts, new york timesTo actually live there in 1990, only the top 1% of Chicago households with incomes of about $305,000 ($665,000 in 2022) would have been able to afford the McAllisters’ home.
British morning shows, December 2020 this morning We spoke to former resident Laura Abensien, who was just six years old when her family’s home was used as a filming location.
“We were at home for almost the entire time, which was about four or five months,” she said at the time.
She recalled Macaulay Culkin, who played Kevin McCallister, saying:[using] My room to study with his tutor and his brother [Keiran]wasn’t filming much, so he was just hanging out in my room. ”
Abensien said it was “surprising” to discover decades later how badly damaged her family home had been.
The same thing is friend A two-bedroom apartment that became a rental space in 2021 in partnership with Booking.com.
The New York City flagship offered fans an overnight stay at “The Ultimate Sleepover at the Friends Experience” for just $19.94. This refers to the year the sitcom aired.