James Franco has a new gig! The 39-year-old actor was just announced as the new face of Coach‘s upcoming cologne, Coach for Men, set to debut this fall. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of James Franco “James Franco has been named the face of our new men’s fragrance, Coach For Men. Available this fall. [...]
Chromatics' Johnny Jewel is no stranger to film scores, and his management company Echo Park Records has just announced that his next score is for Bruce Thierry Cheung's new film Please Don't Come Back From The Moon, whose cast includes James Franco, Rashida Jones, and Jeffrey Wahlberg. The movie is based on the 2005 novel…
Johnny Jewel has scored the upcoming film, Don’t Come Back From the Moon. The indie drama marks the directorial debut from Bruce Thierry Cheung, and it stars James Franco, Rashida Jones, and Jeffrey Wahlberg. The film—which takes place...Show More Summary
The fragrance will launch this fall.
A former face of Gucci, James Franco is moving on. According to WWD, Franco is the star of a new fragrance campaign from Coach. The brand’s creative director Stuart Vevers discusses the choice of Franco. He shares, “James is the quintessential cool Coach guy. Show More Summary
In news that would make James Franco’s white gangster character in Spring Breakers lose his mind, Universal Pictures’ long-brewing Scarface remake may have finally found its director. Suicide Squad director David Ayer is in early talks...Show More Summary
The Disaster Artist will hit theaters on December 8, 2017.
A24 will distribute the film domestically on December 8 The post James Franco’s The Disaster Artist Gets a December Release appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Sharing similar DNA to Tim Burton's Ed Wood, The Disaster Artist is the making of the notorious cult movie The Room. Read the full article on AICN Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. I really, really, really dug The Disaster Artist at SXSW. I was actually surprised at how emotionally engaging it was. Show More Summary
A24 and New Line are partnering to release James Franco’s SXSW comedy favorite The Disaster Artist on Dec. 8 after an exclusive engagement on Dec. 1. The late in the year rollout is being done to hopefully get some good buzz leading into awards season. Show More Summary
No lie, Margot Robbie once rocked a pretty impressive costume based off of James Franco's character in Spring Breakers. And even more surprising is the fact that the man himself helped her perfect it. Get the details, inside.
Margot Robbie actually considered this shit. When James Franco’s Spring Breakers character Alien — a cornrowed, tattooed, Riff Raff look-alike — was the hottest Halloween costume in fall 2012, even the Wolf of Wall Street star wanted to be Alien for Halloween. Robbie, apparently a perfectionist, finessed her way into ... More »
James Franco is all smiles as he makes his way out of Joan’s on third restaurant on Wednesday afternoon (May 3) in Studio City, Calif. The 39-year-old actor and director had his hands full as he chatted on the phone after a quick lunch meeting. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of James Franco Back [...]
Franco's latest endeavor - THE THING Postcard Book: James Franco - offers a collection of 30 covers from classic books - all important to the actor - with himself inserted into the jacket. Is it art? I have no idea. Funny? Often. Absurd? Absolutely.
EXCLUSIVE: Sarah Gadon, who most recently co-starred with Logan Lerman in the James Schamus’ Sundance film Indignation, has signed with CAA. Previously with WME, Gadon also appeared opposite James Franco in Hulu's nine-part miniseries...Show More Summary
As we patiently wait for the release of James Franco’s The Disaster Artist (or at least a 3D version of The Room), we’ll have to get our fill of bobo-auteur Tommy Wiseau via midnight screenings, memes, and reruns of The Neighbors, for those that can stomach it. Show More Summary
Why Him? Starring James Franco and Bryan Cranston is out now on Blu-ray & DVD and I had a chance to speak to the director [...] The post Interview: Director John Hamburg Talks “Why Him?” appeared first on The Movie Blog.
EXCLUSIVE: Scott Haze, who has appeared in titles such as Jeff Nichols’ Midnight Special, The Sound And The Fury, and Child Of God, has signed with a team at CAA, moving from ICM. Haze was recently seen in James Francos’ In Dubious Battle,...Show More Summary
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