Macaulay Culkin Hilariously Live-Tweeted The Whole Oscars Without Even Watching Them

So, it goes without saying that none of Macaulay Culkin's films have ever been nominated for an Oscar.

Anyway, that doesn't stop him being a pretty funny - if a little strange - guy.

As he didn't get an invite to the 90th Academy Awards last night, he decided to do his own thing and have his very own twisted Oscars party, complete with ramen noodles, a tuxedo, and guitar playing.

Luckily for us, Culkin also decided to live tweet the whole thing over about five hours and it's pretty damn funny.

Posting pictures of himself playing his guitar, messing about with a toy truck, and making instant noodles in a full suit is funny enough, but some of his takes on who should win the awards were hilarious.

He gave opinions on the actual films, some of the actors, and even weighed in on the #MeToo debate (although he may have also been being a bit silly with that).

He said: "EXCLUSIVE: I heard Kevin Spacey and Harvey Weinstein were going to come disguised as a very tall man in a long trench coat but they got busted by security. #Oscars,

Pretty cutting stuff, no? However, the 37 year old knows how to have a giggle at his own expense too.

Culkin spoke recently with Jimmy Fallon about the fact that he often hears rumours that he has died.

He also shared his views on Daniel Day Lewis and Daniel Kaluuya, Call Me By Your Name, Black Panther and Boss Baby (he really, really wanted it to win the Best Animated Film Award).

Jennifer Lawrence came in for a bit of shade when he suggested that she doesn't return his calls (I feel your pain Macaulay) and he insinuated that Margot Robbie had become too into her character in I, Tonya and kneecapped all of her opposition for the Best Actress award.

He may not be in many films anymore, but the silver screen's loss is Twitter's gain.

It doesn't make a whole lot of sense, but it is definitely entertaining.

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Tom Wood

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