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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A few years ago, after he starred in “Transformers,” the actor Shia LaBeouf seemed poised to become the next Johnny Depp; instead, he started behaving more like the next James Franco. In 2014, he showed up at the Berlin Film Festival wearing a tuxedo, with a brown paper bag over his head. Show More Summary
The trailer for Nicole Kidman‘s upcoming movie Queen of the Desert has been released! The Oscar-winning actress stars alongside some great leading men in the film, including James Franco, Robert Pattinson, and Damian Lewis. Queen of the Desert tells the extraordinary true story of a trailblazing woman who found freedom in the faraway world of [...]
James Franco and Seth Rogen are taking on TV together... but it's not a comedy.
Before they were trying to take down a dictatorship or battling demons in the apocalypse, Seth Rogen and James Franco starred in the superlative yet shortlived dramedy Freaks And Geeks (and sure, probably smoked a lot of weed, but they’re...Show More Summary
The comedy team of Seth Rogen and James Franco have created some of the most entertaining movies in recent years. Now, they're working together for a return to the small screen.
A typical Oscar bait film.
But only if you're into that kind of thing.
SXSW's film fest this year was studded with star-stuffed spectacle like Edgar Wright's Baby Driver, James Franco's The Disaster Artist, and Charlize Theron's Atomic Blonde. But outside of the Paramount Theater's big premieres, Austin had buzz building about a low-budget...
The actor's onboard to be the voice of King's classic 1979 thriller.
As an actor, James Franco has a knack for unnerving his audience. Therefore, a Franco-style rendition of a Stephen King novel is probably just the type of material you don’t want to listen to before bedtime. According to Entertainment Weekly, Franco has read King‘s The Dead Zone for an audiobook due to be released in April 25. Show More Summary
There was a weird energy in the air of the Paramount Theater as SXSW prepared to unveil James Franco and Seth Rogen’s latest collaboration, “The Disaster Artist.” As it was … The post REVIEW: The Disaster Artist Delivers Scorn, Celebration On Tommy Wiseau appeared first on CBR.
Released in 1979, Stephen King’s novel The Dead Zone is perhaps more relevant today than it ever was. As many, including King himself, have pointed out in the past several months, the tale about a man who emerges from a coma and discovers newfound abilities bears startling similarities to things happening in the United States right […]
A few weeks ago, certain corners of the internet were set alight with strange, cultish buzz, all because of a picture of James Franco. Instead of causing an international incident by baiting a North Korean dictator, this time he was channeling an entirely different breed of infamy: this was the first picture of Franco as […]
Seth Rogen, James Franco and Tommy Wiseau himself showed up at SXSW to premiere a Work-In-Progress cut of the funny and heartfelt The Disaster Artist! Read the full article on AICN Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. As someone who doesn't really believe in the “so bad it's good” concept, it took me a long time to see The Room. Show More Summary
The most surprising thing about The Disaster Artist, James Franco‘s adaptation of Greg Sestero’s book of the same name, is that it doesn’t have a mean-spirited bone in its body. Here’s a film about the making of The Room, one of theShow More Summary
James Franco’s “The Disaster Artist” promises to make up for years of devastating reviews and late-night jeers aimed at Tommy Wiseau and his cult flick, “The Room.” The infamous 2003 self-made, self-promoted indie flop turned midnight movie sensation is filled with bad acting, worse continuity...