Ryan Reynolds will be producing a parody of ‘Home Alone.’
After the second film in his hit action-comedy franchise, “Deadpool,” Ryan Reynolds is in the hope that the laughs have to come up with a new project that you are an adult spin on everyone’s favorite Christmas movie, “Home Alone.”
Reynolds is associated with the production of “Stoned Alone,” a look at the well-known storyline in which a twenty-something weed-lover misses the plane for his holiday ski trip. As Deadline reports, he makes the best of a bad situation by getting high. However, when paranoia begins and he is of the opinion that burglars who break into his house, he has to do his best to thwart the would-be criminals. If it turns out that the real thieves can indeed be broken, he will have to have high brain to the test to defend his home.
For those not familiar, the film is a clear parody of “Home Alone”, which starred a young Macaulay Culkin as Kevin McAllister. After being lost in the shuffle of his extra-large family trying to get to the airport for a holiday, Kevin finds himself alone in the house with the thought that his wish for his family is difficult to disappear has come true. However, when The “Bandits,” played by Joe Pesci and Daniel Stern, attempt to rob his house, he is based on a series of child-like traps to stop him.
Fox is the development of “Stoned” Only with Augustine Frizzell is set to direct. The script was written by Matt Mider and Kevin Burrows, who wrote the upcoming Netflix comedy “The Package” about a teenager who accidentally cuts off his penis during a camping trip, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Reynolds will produce via his Maximum Effort banner with George Dewey executive produce.