Macaulay Culkin says he wants to have some "tiny little Asian babies" with girlfriend Brenda Song
Macaulay Culkin - The actor talking about his love life said that he wants a bunch of Sean Lennons running around the house.
Oh, how they grow - it doesn't seem too far when Macaulay Culkin was the cute kid from 'Home Alone' setting traps for robbers after his family forgets to take him on a family trip. Culkin is now 37 years old and very much in love. He is dating 30-year-old Disney star Brenda Song and the two seem happier than ever - at least Culkin definitely does. In a recent interview, the star said that he plans to have a family with Song soon. "I'm gonna make some babies," he said during his Tuesday, August 7, appearance on The Joe Rogan Experience podcast. “This one’s a good one, so I’m probably going to put some babies in her in a little bit. I mean, we’ve definitely been practicing," he said before adding, “This one, I’m going to have some pretty babies. She’s Asian, so I’m gonna have tiny little Asian babies. It’s going to be adorable — a bunch of Sean Lennons running around the house, that’s what I’m looking for.” For those of you who don't know who Sean Lennon is, he's the son of John Lennon and Yoko Ono.
Culkin also added that he would like to move in with Song and maybe get some pets - basically live the dream. "It’s one thing to exchange keys. It’s another to get a cat,” Culkin said, "I have a good life out here. I have a pretty little family — a pretty girl, a pretty dog, a pretty cat, and all that stuff. We’re gonna move. We’re doing the house thing and all that kind of stuff.”
Culkin has finally found love after his messy split with ex-girlfriend Mila Kunis. The two were said to have been in each other's radar from May 2002 to January 2011. Kunis opened up about their breakup in the July 23 episode of Dax Shepard’s Armchair Expert podcast. She said, "I f***ked up. I was an a**hole in my 20s and I’ll be the first to admit it. And that’s kind of something that took me a long time to come out and be like, ‘Yeah, you know what? I was a d**k,’ and accept it. And I own it now. And it’s f**ked up what I did. It’s f**ked up what I did and it’s f**ked up how I did it. When I got to be a single I said, ‘I just need to figure myself out.’ I genuinely need to know why I did what I did, and, like, regroup myself as a human being."
In this podcast, talking about a major career-changing move, Culkin revealed to Rogan that he had been propositioned for a role on the 'Big Bang Theory' on more than one occasion but that he turned it down every single time because he was not convinced by the premise of the show. What can we say? It would have been a whole different story then.