Disney + released the trailer for Home Sweet Home Alone, the remake of the famous Christmas movie Mom I missed the plane. The new adventure will debut exclusively on the streaming platform the November 12, 2021, in time to be enjoyed before the Christmas holidays.
The main character is Max Mercer, a mischievous and crafty 12-year-old who was “forgotten” at home by his family, who left to spend the holidays in Japan. In perfect analogy with the original film, also in this case the villains of the situation will try to get their hands on something that is at the Mercer house, in particular a heirloom of great value.
Finding himself alone, it will be Max a defend his home by the invaders, using comical and convoluted tricks. Despite the adventures and sketches resulting from the situation, Max will soon realize that no place is like home when he is with his family.
The film stars Archie Yates (Max Mercer /Jojo Rabbit), Aisling Bea (Carol /Living with Yourself), Ellie Kemper (Pam /Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt), Rob Delaney (Jeff /Deadpool 2), Kenan Thompson (Gavin /Saturday Night Live) and other prominent actors in the world cinema scene.
The script is by Mikey Day And Streeter Seidell, who worked on the story with John Hughes, to which the script of the original also belonged Mom I missed the plane.
Disney’s announcement of wanting to bring the beloved Christmas comedy back to the screen dates back to about 2 years ago. The company said it wanted to reboot Mom I missed the plane And A night at the museum. The films originally belonged to the 20th Century Fox, later merged with Disney, which bought most of the Fox entertainment business for 71.3 billion dollars.
We don’t know how Home Sweet Home Alone will be welcomed by an audience accustomed to the genius of Macaulay Culkin, but the Christmas comedy is sure to be enjoyed by fans of ’90s pop culture and, from the newly released trailer, bodes well. Hoping that the film lives up to expectations, of course.