Today, Academy Awards co-host James Franco broke his silence on one of the most sought-after pieces of information this Oscar season, a bit of gossip that eludes the ears of even the most well-connected of industry vets: where’s the after party going to be?
The Guardian has a charming little feature called My Week In Pictures, where they commission a photo essay from a notable person. Insight into the lives of others! Stars revealing that they’re just like us!
When we chatted up the tireless James Franco at the book party for his Palo Alto, at The James in Soho, we naturally asked him about his favorite writers. He mentioned Denis Johnson’s Jesus’ Son, a collection of short fiction dear to our heart, so we wondered which story he liked the best. He Read More
Has James Franco given up on America?
If so, he’s got some justification. He’s shown in highbrow gallery exhibitions, made soap opera appearances billed as performance art, published a collection of short stories, persued a Ph.D. in literature, done readings with the likes of Gary Shteyngart, and dressed up Read More
Terry Richardson photographed James Franco deep in drag for the new issue of Candy, “The First Transversal Style Magazine” (not to be confused with Candy mag, the title for Filipina teens). Mr. Richardson’s photographs continue to be everywhere. Earlier this summer, he shot actor Daniel Radcliffe with the tranvestite singer Read More
“The author fails to find anything remotely insightful to say in these 11 amazingly underwhelming stories,” declares PW, adding that several stories read “like Patrick Bateman from American Psycho Read More
James Franco’s masochistic interests are not limited to endless graduate studies: James Franco is also interested extracurricular amateur amputations.
In Danny Boyle’s 127 Hours, Franco plays Aron Ralston, a climber forced to saw off his own arm after it got trapped under a rock. If this new trailer is to be trusted, the reason Ralston’s Read More
Despite Smith’s palpable irritation with the task at hand, she is not ungenerous:
Some people would probably feel better Read More
Keeping abreast of James Franco gets a little easier with the debut of “What James Franco Did Today,” a humorous blog.
The execution falls short of the concept—but it is an excellent concept, and we do not intend this as unduly harsh criticsm. We would simply like to see the site’s creators Read More