Macaulay Culkin
Macaulay Culkin will once again be teaming up with Seth Green in the latter’s debut film, “Changeland.” Pictured: Culkin at the “Robot Chicken” panel in New York on Oct. 9, 2015. Getty Images/Cindy Ord

Former child star Macaulay Culkin will return to the big screen in Seth Green’s upcoming debut film, “Changeland.”

According to Entertainment Weekly, “Changeland” will center on Green’s character, who is also dealing with a personal crisis. He decides to head to Thailand to meet his best friend (Breckin Meyer). The “Robot Chicken” co-creator wrote the script for “Changeland,” and the film also stars Clare Grant, WWE Superstar Randy Orton, Rose Williams, Brenda Song and Kedar Williams-Stirling.

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Green released a statement announcing his upcoming project and expressed his delight to be working with some of his closest friends in the industry. “It feels like a dream to be filming in Thailand with an incredible crew and some of my closest friends,” he said.

Meanwhile, this is not the first time that Caulkin and Green will be teaming up for a movie. In 2003, the two actors starred in “Party Monster.” The latter has also voiced several characters on “Robot Chicken.” Caulkin was last seen in a movie over a decade ago. He first rose to fame when he starred in the “Home Alone” movie in 1990. A year later, he headlined the movie, “My Girl,” alongside “Veep” actress Anna Chlumsky.

In 1992, Caulkin starred in his second “Home Alone” movie, and this was followed by a lead role in “The Good Son” in 1993, “Richie Rich,” “The Pagemaster” and “Getting Even With Dad” in 1994. In 2007, he starred in “Sex and Breakfast,” and in 2009, he appeared in “Saved.” During this period, Caulkin’s career hit a downward spiral.

Last year, he made headlines after rumors swirled that he had a severe heroin addiction. While speaking with The Guardian, the 35-year-old actor said, “No, I wasn’t pounding on six grand of heroin every month or whatever. The thing that bugged me was tabloids wrapping it all in this weird guise of concern. No, you’re trying to shift papers,” he said.

Caulkin also admitted that he’s got nothing much lined up in terms of his career and said that he doesn’t feel ashamed to say this. “I’ve never had a problem saying I’ve got nothing lined up… If I knew what I wanted to do, I’d be writing it myself,” he said.