Macaulay Culkin Regrets Not Writing For WWE

Macaulay Culkin Regrets Not Writing For WWE

Macaulay Culkin does not see himself ever writing for WWE. As far as he is concerned, that door of opportunity is now closed forever.

He also regrets having missed out on the chance.

In 2009, he had a brief cameo on WWE Raw in a match between Guerrero and Hornswaggle. Hornswaggle managed to win with the help of a paint can trap similar to the one Culkin set up in Home Alone.

Recently, he revealed that he was regretful of his decision not to work with the WWE creative team. Although he said he would not have held the position for long, he feels he no longer has that opportunity, especially now that he has a child.

Macaulay Culkin Regrets Not Writing For WWE

Here is what the actor had to say of the opportunity:

"I will say I kind of regret not [writing for WWE] – now that I'm a dad I barely have time to pee at this point, you know what I mean? I just never got around to it, there was always something."

Apparently, despite his cameo appearance in 2009, Culkin's true passion was being part of WWE's creative team. There are also rumors that the fact that he was always appearing on shows and commercials meant he had no time to commit himself to WWE.

The actor is married to Brenda Song, who was in The Social Network and Dollface.

Macaulay Culkin Regrets Not Writing For WWE

Still, his opportunity to write for WWE might exist once his son grows up and takes up less of his time.

Without a doubt, Culkin is not exactly as big as he was when he started off as a child actor. Today, he mostly appears on the small screen, and his work output is anything but impressive.

Therefore, his chance to be a WWE writer might still exist after all.

Culkin's claim to fame was his role as the star of the 1990 Christmas movie Home Alone and its sequel, Home Alone 2: Lost in New York. The beloved movies have pretty much defined his most successful time in show business.

Culkin retired from acting in 1994 and re-emerged almost a decade later in 2003. Today, he is still working and has recently appeared in American Horror Story.