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  1. [Video] Alternate Ending to ‘Mac and Me’ Surfaces and It’s Shockingly Messed Up
  2. 10 Things You Didn’t Know about “Mac and Me”

[Video] Alternate Ending to ‘Mac and Me’ Surfaces and It’s Shockingly Messed Up

Said clip shows one of the main characters from the film going over a cliff in a wheelchair. Apart from these regular Rudd ribs, Mac And Me only tends to be referenced as a product placement-stuffed 80s cash-in, an oddity about a Mysterious Alien Creature ah?

Together, they try and reunite little Mac with his alien family. Unlike most bonkers '80s movies that boast rubber-suited hi-jinx, Mac And Me has never really been embraced as a cult classic, nor has the proposed sequel - which was set up at the end of the film - ever come to fruition. Way too many Troll 2 -esque bizarre things happen in Mac And Me for it to have attained latter day critical acclaim as well as a coveted spot as an object of scorn on Mystery Science Theater season It's supposed to be aimed at young audiences, but not only does young Eric go over the cliff in his wheelchair in the now-infamous Conan clip, he's later also killed in an explosion, only to be revived by the jovial alien family.

MAC AND ME (1988) theatrical trailer

It turns out that the alternate ending for the film was even worse, though, as Fantastic Fest film curator Peter Kuplowsky finally found "our generation's Zapruder Film" back in August in the form of an oft-rumored alternate ending that somehow made it into the Japanese version, where Eric is actually shot and killed in his wheelchair. After years of doubt, indisputable proof that the kid from MAC and ME gets shot on camera in the Japanese release of the film.

Paul Rudd and ConanOBrien need to see this.

Later, Ballyhoo's Daniel Griffin joined the conversation, remarking that this ending was likely originally cut for Western audiences after a bad test screening, but it still somehow made it into the final film when it arrived on Japanese soil. Hey PeterKapow! You know exactly how it works with talk shows: stars will come on to have a nice chat with the host, before eventually gearing the conversation into a mention about whatever movie or TV series they've got coming up next.

What the f... yes, it's true. The alternate ending of Mac and Me was dark as hell.

You'll then get a clip of what they're talking about. Not for Paul Rudd, who uses interview opportunities as a chance to play a very particular prank. T he two then try and hunt down Mac's family, as he's been separated from them.


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O h, it was sponsored by McDonald's, too, meaning it's like an hour-and-a-half-long Maccy's advert. However, there's one key scene that Rudd seems to be a particular fan of, when the boy accidentally slides down a hill and into a lake - still in his wheelchair - and is rescued by Mac. That's the one that keeps cropping up for Conan.

10 Things You Didn’t Know about “Mac and Me”

Each time, a few seconds or so of the actual movie that Rudd's supposed to be promoting will play, before the VT cuts to that bizarre scene from Mac and Me. He said he thinks it may have started around the time of Year-Old Virgin. When I did a Conan O'Brien [show] about 15 or 16 years ago.