It’s classic horror set-up: person who suffers trauma goes to a place that’s supposed to make them better. But once they get there, they find themselves face-to-face with the horrifying discover of... James Franco’s goofy-ass mustache. Read more...
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James Franco continues in that “bad hair/facial hair” vein with The Institute, a psychological thriller in which he plays a doctor who seems to have forgotten the Hippocratic oath. As Dr. Cairn, he tries to “cure” the patients of the...Show More Summary
Recently, a conservative, Christian family member of mine posted to Facebook an interview with James Franco on the Daily Beast where the actor expressed his feelings of depression since Trump's election. Since most members of my family...Show More Summary
John Steinbeck’s “In Dubious Battle” chronicles a brief, intense labor strike by migrant apple pickers in Depression-era California, at a time when agricultural workers across the state were getting hit hard by wage cuts. Published in 1936 under a title inspired by “Paradise Lost,” it was the first...
We are gathered here today to finally answer a question that has plagued humankind for centuries (or, well, since at least the late 90s) and that has taken this writer on an emotional roller coaster over the past decade or...
James Franco is dapper in a suit as he hits the red carpet at the premiere of his latest film In Dubious Battle held at the ArcLight Hollywood on Wednesday (February 15) in Hollywood, Calif. The 38-year-old actor-director was joined at the event by the stars of the film Austin Stowell, Ashley Greene, Ahna O’Reilly [...]
It is a mathematical impossibility to keep track of the number of movies James Franco is working on and why, but one James Franco movie that apparently exists is The Institute. It’s a creepy period piece set at the highly unorthodox (read: terrifying) Rosewood Institute, where James Franco’s doctor character ... More »
James Franco’s death march through the American literary canon continues with In Dubious Battle, a John Steinbeck adaptation so conventionally dismal that it makes one better appreciate the artsy, dawdling garbage that is the actor turned dilettante’s usual stock in trade. Show More Summary
Almost three years ago, James Franco optioned the rights to Greg Sestero‘s book The Disaster Artist, which the actor wrote about the experience of making The Room. The Room, of course, is director/writer/star Tommy Wiseau‘s cult midnight classic, a movie made with significantly more passion than skill. Show More Summary
The story of Tommy Wiseau’s historically awful "black comedy."
As we reported yesterday, James Franco’s adaptation of The Disaster Artist is slated to premiere at SXSW. The movie will track the making of The Room, a cult classic film about a simple businessman trapped in a web of lies, friends, passionate love-making, a spectral “room” full of forks, and also breast cancer. Show More Summary
James Franco, Joe Lynch and some dirty prom night acid awaits attendees. Read more...
Seth Rogen is the latest star to poke fun at President Donald Trump. On Monday, the president tweeted, “I don’t know Putin, have no deals in Russia, and the haters are going crazy - yet Obama can make a deal with Iran, #1 in terror,Show More Summary
"I assure you, our dear Isabella is in safe hands." Momentum Pictures has debuted the first trailer for a thriller titled The Institute, co-directed by James Franco and Pamela Romanowsky. Franco also stars in the film as one of the doctors at the "institute". Show More Summary
“Evil must be thy only happiness.” James Franco co-directed (with Pamela Romanowsky), produced, and stars in Momentum Pictures’ The Institute, being released on March 3rd, 2017 in theaters and on VOD. Today we’ve been provided with the trailer, and it teases a bit of a different turn for Franco. Rather than being the funny guy, […]
The South By Southwest Film Festival, following up on its main program announcement last week, on Tuesday released more titles for the upcoming edition of the Austin, Texas-based event. Topping the new list is the world premiere of “The Disaster Artist,” directed by and starring James Franco. Based...
"In this current political climate, genre filmmakers are more necessary than ever,” exclaimed SXSW Senior Film Programmer Jarod Neece today regarding the festival’s Midnighters lineup this year, “They give us the chance to escape the horrors in our daily lives and spend some time in the dark, hallowed halls of the cinema. Show More Summary
John Steinbeck’s In Dubious Battle – a tale of a young man who gets caught up in the labor movement among farmer workers in the 1930s – stars and is directed by James Franco. It opens on February 17th. In Dubious Battle Trailer #1 (2017) | Movieclips Trailers – YouTube In the California apple country, … Continue reading The Fight for What’s Right Trailer: In Dubious Battle! ?
James Franco is not one to mess with in Lifetime Television’s latest movie about a dad who is hellbent on getting his 17-year old daughter’s Hollywood stalker out of their lives for good. The name of the movie is High School Lover, formerly titled High School Affair. Show More Summary