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Party Monster

After taking almost 10 years off from acting, Macaulay returned to the big screen in 2003's "Party Monster," where he portrayed the real-life, drug-addicted New York City club kid Michael Alig, who was convicted of murder a role that certainly blew his sweet child star image out of the water. The film, which also starred Chloe Sevigny (pictured) and Marilyn Manson, got abysmal reviews and earned less than $1 million at the box office.

Macaulay Culkin Turns 32

Can you believe that the little blond-haired kid who grabbed his face and screamed "Ahhhh!" in 1991's "Home Alone" is all grown up? Take a look back at his charmed-turned-tragic life.