Man of many talents James Franco has created a very special piece of advertising for his forthcoming Evan Goldberg and Seth Rogen-directed "apocalyptic comedy" This Is the End. Photographer Clare Thigpen sent Gawker some shots of Franco (and a couple assistants) painting a mural of co-stars Rogen, Jay Baruchel, Jonah Hill, ... More »
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James Franco is trying his hand at the visual arts again, this time working in the time-honored medium of mural on the beaten streets of Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Read more...
We see this time and time again in Hollywood (and in life!)–a younger sibling trying to break out from an older sibling's shadow! Examples: Solange and Beyonce, Jamie Lynn and Britney Spears, etc. Dave Franco has been desperately trying to forge his own path in the entertainment world, and is both grateful for James Franco’s guidance [...]
In this clip from "This Is the End," Emma Watson drops by James Franco's house to suggest what might be causing all of the apocalypse-ing. Also, check out another video from the set of "Godzilla" in today's Dailies! » First clip from "Ain't Them Bodies Saints" [The Playlist] » Emma Watson suggests a zombie invasion [...]
It's here! The moment is finally here! I kept wondering when James Franco would release another performance art...I mean movie review. That's weird that I said that, right? What is it about James Franco's movie reviews that would make me think of performance art? OH I KNOW BECAUSE THEY'RE RIDICULOUS. Show More Summary
This week at the movies: Sarah Polley's family documentary, Olivier Assayas flashbacks, and James Franco, sans grillz. [ more › ]
James Franco's Vice review of The Great Gatsby begs the question: which awkward, vaguely applicable sex act from high school were you reminded of? More » James Franco Inexplicably Reminded Of Fingering & ‘Torturing’ Exes By Great Gatsby is a post from TheGloss - Get the best women's beauty, make up, hairstyles tips. Get sex, dating advice, culture news and hot trends for women..
James Franco penned a review of The Great Gatsby for Vice. A few highlights: Read more...
Fun with Franco–James Franco looks far more refined than his Spring Breakers’ alias in the latest edition of American GQ. Superstar photographer Terry Richardson shot the star of cult classics Pineapple Express and Your Highness for the cover of GQ’s comedy issue. The light-hearted spread sees James posing with dynamite and an amorous skeleton. Click [...]
Columbia Pictures has released a new clip from This is the End featuring Emma Watson ("Harry Potter" films) declaring that it's a zombie invasion! Check it out in the player below. Starring Seth Rogen, Jay Baruchel, James Franco, Craig...Show More Summary
I had the opportunity to catch up with James Franco and Travis Matthews this week to chat about the public's reaction to Interior. Leather Bar., their intentions behind making it to begin with, how gay sex will save American cinema, and much more.
The first official trailer has been released for James Franco’s As I Lay Dying adaptation. The film will premiere at this year’s Cannes Film Festival. Related posts: James Franco’s Syllabus Before James Franco’s class began, he assigned...Show More Summary
Take a look at a few of Thursday's top pop-culture headlines.
Gawker head honcho Nick Denton to marry boyfriend Derren Washington. James Franco flexes for GQ. Zoe Saldana thinks she might be a lesbian but does not know the meaning of 'androgynous' (link work-unfriendly). Brad Pitt praises Angelina Jolie mastectomy decision:...
So apparently, not everyone hates Baz Luhrmann’s The Great Gatsby. Here are two (very important) people that liked it. One… Read More
James Franco wrote a piece for Vice where he discussed some of his impressions of Baz Luhrmann’s The Great Gatsby.
"I was at premiere in the U.S. and an extremely regal woman came out of the shadows and told me, ‘I came all the way from Vermont to see what you did with my grandfather's book. I think Scott would be proud of this movie because people had said that ... More »
James Franco is on the cover of GQ‘s “Comedy Issue” this month, which I guess makes sense, sort of. He has definitely been in a bunch of comedies, although at this point I feel like he has been in as many non-comedies as he has comedies and that is not even including creative writing classes [...]