Macaulay Culkin landed in Laguardia Airport in New York on a flight from Miami on Saturday appearing more clean cut than he has in weeks the collective sigh of relief could be heard.
Macaulay Culkin’s complexion had a healthier color and his clothes were neat and orderly as he stood on the curb waiting for his taxi cab.
The 32-year-old former child star – who skyrocketed to fame in the 1990 holiday flick Home Alone – was casually dressed in grey jeans, a brown plaid shirt buttoned over a white crew-necked undershirt and dark grey jacket.
His golden hair had a nice shine to it and sported a slight flip, suggesting that he took care to comb his locks sometime during the two-hour flight.
Effortlessly Macaulay Culkin held a burning cigarette in his right hand and tried to stay incognito behind his dark sunglasses.
He carried a Hudson News shopping bag in his other hand and had Nantucket Film Festival tote bag looped over his shoulder, the latter suggesting that he still has an interest in the film industry.
Finally Macaulay Culkin managed to hail himself a cab, and he ducked into the yellow vehicle and headed home to his SoHo apartment.
In mid-December Macaulay Culkin was seen out and about in New York, looking sad and lonely.
Chased by rumors of drug dependency, which his publicist vehemently denied at the time, the only thing that seemed to be plaguing Macaulay Culkin that day was the holiday blues.
He seemed a little sad, starting out the day by eating alone at Taco Bell before hitting the shops for some last minute Christmas shopping.
Reportedly Macaulay Culkin still hasn’t gotten over his ex-girlfriend Mila Kunis, who left him in 2010 after an eight-year relationship.
Macaulay Culkin was a solitary figure as he stopped by a number of stores, purchasing clothes at Banana Republic and a portable record player at Urban Outfitters.
Last month the Party Monster star recently showed an interest in art, turning his $2 million pad into a painting studio, as well as releasing a video promoting the art exhibition Leisure Inferno.
Macaulay Culkin, who is worth a reported $15 million, also created Three Men and a Baby (3MB), an art collective with friends Adam Green and Toby Goodshank.