HBO has renewed the series led by James Franco and Maggie Gyllenhaal.
Press release from HBO, Sept. 19, 2017: Following early critical raves, HBO has renewed the drama series THE DEUCE for a second season, it was announced today by Casey Bloys, president, HBO Programming. The series was created by George Pelecanos...
If you're a big fan of shows that feature James Franco playing twins, then we have good news for you and your oddly specific tastes - HBO has renewed The Deuce for season two, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The drama dropped on Sept. Show More Summary
The Deuce, HBO’s new show starring James Franco and Maggie Gyllenhaal, has been renewed for a second season! “We are thrilled to continue our creative collaboration with master storytellers David Simon and George Pelecanos,” HBO programming president Casey Bloys said (via Variety). “Their unique gift for immersing the audience in their dark and edgy worlds [...]
HBO has renewed its new drama series, THE DEUCE, for a second season. The show, starring James Franco and Maggie Gyllenhaal, chronicles the rise of the porn culture in New York from the early 1970s through the mid-1980s. THE DEUCE began its eight-episode first season on Sunday, September 10. “We are thrilled to continue our […]
Just days after its Season 1 premiere, HBO has renewed its praised drama series The Deuce for a second season. Created by George Pelecanos and David Simon and starring James Franco and Maggie Gyllenhaal, the show is titled after the local slang for New York's fabled 42nd Street. Show More Summary
James Franco trades in his Gucci membership and joins the Coach family. The American actor fronts the brand’s new fragrance campaign. Traveling to New York for the advertisement, Franco connects with photographer Steven Meisel. He rocks a leather moto jacket as he leans against a vintage Plymouth Valiant. Franco mirrors the fragrance’s timeless cool, which... [Read More]
This uproarious gem dramatizes the making of Tommy Wiseau's cult classic.
Little-known fact: most people in New York have had sex with James Franco. Sam Bronowski looks for the very few who haven’t slept with Franco yet.
James Franco directs and stars in The Disaster Artist, a movie about The Room that you don't have to have seen The Room to enjoy.
Every night, Peter Kuplowsky, the baby-faced new curator of TIFF’s Midnight Madness program, has a wooden hat rack brought out to the stage of the Ryerson Theatre so he can try and land his king-of-the-geeks fedora on one of the hooks. A carnival game to go with the idea that this is the festival’s midway and… Read more...
James Franco puts on his best sexy face for Coach for Men.
The Room is one of the most infamous films ever put on a screen. The Disaster Artist is the new movie that will tell the story of just how such an incredible piece of work actually came to be. But what does the man behind The Room think of it all?
It's not easy to have a relative who's famous in the field you want to endeavor in. But eventually, if the right project comes along, you kind of have to give in to fate. Read on to see why Dave Franco resisted working with his brother, James, before The Disaster Artist.
In this video, Sam Bronowski humorously hunts for the very few people in New York who have not slept with James Franco.
(PG-13) “It’s not gonna happen for you. Not in a million years!” “…but after that?” Get a good look at James Franco’s comedy drama about what is widely considered the worst movie ever made. The line between ambition and delusion can sometimes be tricky to pin down.
By Max Covill James Franco as Tommy Wiseau. The 'Disaster Artist' buzz continues to grow. The article Oh Hi, Mark. ‘The Disaster Artist’ Trailer has Arrived appeared first on Film School Rejects.
When it came time for James Franco to make a film about one of the most gonzo midnight movies of all-time, The Room, the pic’s eccentric star-director-writer Tommy Wiseau insisted that only Johnny Depp portray him on the big screen. “But then, he got me. Show More Summary
Monday night brought yet another World Premiere and yet another standing ovation (Canadians love to stand) from the first night audience at the Toronto International Film Festival for Breathe. Actually there was more than one standing O for this British true story, as well as more this morning for its second screening at the Winter Garden Theatre. Show More Summary