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Three decades have passed since Hollywood star Macaulay Culkin shot to global fame as a child.
The actor, 40, is an annual fixture of Christmas TV schedules as Kevin McCallister in the comedy Home Alone (1990) and its sequel Home Alone 2 (1992).
Now Culkin is returning to our screens in season 10 of American Horror Story: Double Feature.
The series' first trailer shows the actor's debut as a character called Mickey in Ryan Murphy's scary anthology series.
He appears alongside recurring AHS stars Evan Peters, Sarah Paulson, Billie Lourd, Lily Rabe, Francis Conroy and Finn Wittrock.
AHS 10 is split into two parts, the first is called Red Tide and is set in Provincetown, an idyllic seaside community which naturally has some dark secrets.
Red Tide sees sea monsters attack the unsuspecting townsfolk, while the season's second part, Death Valley, is set by the sand and will feature aliens.
The season will have 10 episodes, with the first six devoted to Red Tide and the remaining four exploring Death Valley.
In the new trailer, Wittrok’s character Harry Gardener and his pregnant partner Doris Gardener (Rabe) move to an ominous looking house in the town so he can focus on his writing.
Harry has severe writer's block and reaches out to some of the shady locals including The Chemist (Angelica Ross), Austin (Peters) and Belle Noir (Conroy).
Culkin is first spotted in the trailer alongside AHS regular, Leslie Grossman, who plays Ursula.
They are sitting at a table as Ursula tells Mickey, "Something weird is going on here. And I want to know what it is," as he looks down mysteriously.
He's later spotted in the trailer inside a house holding a weapon and looks ready to attack – or perhaps defend himself.
The trailer shows Harry unravelling and becoming more consumed with his work as his and Dolores' daughter shows the same obsessive tendencies with her violin.
American Horror Story: Double Feature debuts in the US on August 25th but the UK air date has not yet been announced.
American Horror Story seasons 1-8 are available to stream on Netflix now.
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