Actor Macaulay Culkin, known for such roles as Henry in "The Good Son" and Michael from "Party Monster", spent some time in Denver this week.
It was all in connection to his Bunny Ears lifestyle brand (described as his "gentle internet hug") - he appeared at the Colfax Alamo Drafthouse on Wednesday night in pajamas - guests were encouraged to also wear pajamas - and bunny ears.
But he didn't just stop in for the event. The "world-famous celebrity turned world-famous recluse" has been in Denver since Monday.
When he ate at Casa Bonita. Yep. Kevin McAllister stopped at the only restaurant in Colorado Joe Pesci and Daniel Stern wouldn't want to rob. And he wasn't there to promote the newest film in the "Home Alone" franchise: Lost in Casa Bonita.
After leaving the 'Nita, Richard Tyler from the Pagemaster ALSO stopped by another iconic Denver spot: Voodoo Donuts. Staffers there graced the Incredible Culk with a donut that looked like his face.
Other stops include the Ai Weiwei installation at Civic Center Park (how did we miss Thomas J. Sennett from "My Girl" at the park?!) and whatever mural this is:
According to the event page for the Bunny Ears event at the Drafthouse, Macaulay Culkin was at the theater from 7 - 10 p.m. in pajamas and bunny ears. The event description says he was in Denver "on business" and then "forced" the Drafthouse to show the movie, allowing people to buy tickets to watch it too.
He intro'd the film beforehand and then held a brief Q&A wherein which Denverites most certainly asked him how his parents could board a flight to France without once realizing their son was missing. And then do it again a few years later on a flight to Miami.
The world may never know.