Just Franco being Franco.
Knight will square off with the show’s star, James Franco.
T.R. Knight, the guy who got killed off on Grey’s Anatomy long before Patrick Dempsey’s Derek Shepherd was felled by the tragic illness known as “Pissing Off Shona Rhimes” that has killed a few other TV characters in the past, has just signed on to Hulu’s Stephen King adaptation 11/22/63. Show More Summary
T.R. Knight is making his return to television, on Hulu's event series 11/22/63. Add new fall shows to your Watchlist now! Based on a Stephen King novel, 11/22/63 stars James Franco as English teacher Jake Epping, who embarks on a quest to prevent the assassination of President Kennedy. The Grey's... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com T.R. Knight
Earlier this week we reported on Pew's new poll finding that the number of individuals identifying as Christians fell eight percent since 2007, with millennial and educated youth leading the exodus out of church. Real Time host Bill Maher caught...
I googled “most overrated” and came up with lists featuring names like Kim Kardashian and Gwyneth Paltrow. Way too easy. Judd Apatow Lena Dunham Kanye West’s intellect Paul Thomas Anderson movies Cocaine Kale Beyonce James Franco Bruce Springsteen Soccer The Kennedys Every…
In SketcHistory, The A.V. Club gets the story behind some of our favorite comedy sketches from the people who made them. The sketch: “Grow-A-Guy” from the 40th season of Saturday Night Live The story: Several high-school students chat around a lake house campfire. Show More Summary
We reveal five secrets Franco didn’t tell you about how the fast food giant ensures you’re always “lovin’ it.”
He’s spoken out about captive orcas, he’s pledged to help chimps and now animal lover and actor James Franco is partnering up with Farm Sanctuary to help farm animals. The Read More The post James Franco: Animals Are Someone, Not Something appeared first on Ecorazzi.
James Franco's latest film is the coming-of-age story of a Tennessee carpenter and the moral battles he faces over the death of his father years earlier. The film, which Franco is directing, producing, and starring in, is an adaptation of...
Ja Rule discussing the 2016 election? James Franco defending McDonald's? When it comes to discussing politics in a public forum, celebrities need to stay in their lane.
Franco describes a kiss from a cow as something quite moo-ving
The film about real-life British spy Gertrude Bell also stars James Franco and Robert Pattinson. read more
Actor James Franco wrote a piece for The Washington Post discussing his difficulty at the beginning of his acting career. When nobody else would hire him (or when he had
Quirky actor James Franco was apparently lovin’ it when he worked at McDonald’s for minimum wage before his entertainment career took off. He also admits that he still likes the food. The Interview star expressed his gratitude to the...Show More Summary
McDonald's, the favorite franchise of the actor and writer, isn't in as much trouble as he thinks.
Until this morning, I wasn't much of a James Franco fan. Seth Rogen has the erroneous belief that shock = humor, and Franco keeps doing that kind of movie with him. Shock is self-oriented, self-indulgent; it's more about the shocker...
We've come to expect all manner of self-consciously "eccentric" behavior from James Franco. Whether he's making out with Zachary Quinto or claiming to be Selena Gomez's baby daddy, Franco is as devoted to living his life as some kind...Show More Summary
McDonald's sales have slumped. Maybe the public wants healthier food. Maybe there's too much competition. Maybe people aren't into the chipotle barbecue snack wrap. McDonald's leaders have vowed to reverse the downturn by recommitting to "hot, fresh food," by selling off certain outlets to independent...
Meet the artist imagining the future through fossilised flip phones and the Future Relic film series.