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It’s also worth noting that there was a fervent campaign to land Franco a nomination for his portrayal of Alien, the cornrowed rapper-gangster based on Riff Raff, in .
When the trailer for The Interview, about a plot to assassinate Kim Jong-un was released, North Korea issued a statement that releasing the film would be a “war action”.“I read it and I realized it’s such an amazing story,” Franco said.“It was also very topical and eternal in its themes — about a labor strike, about the haves and have nots.Few actors have enjoyed careers more varied or bizarre than those of Franco and Leto. His Daniel Desario was a quintessential high school bad boy; handsome, smooth, flunking and prone to leather jackets.Stranger still is that both actors have followed near-identical, yet equally unlikely trajectories, parlaying breakthroughs as alt-teen heartthrobs (Franco in ) into eventual Oscar nominations (and in Leto’s case, a win). Both front rock bands (Franco has a Morrissey-inspired band, Daddy, and of course Leto has Thirty Seconds to Mars) and have fronted Gucci campaigns, both have tried their hand at directing, both have been comic-book villains (Franco as Harry Osborn in ), both have (allegedly) had sexual encounters with Lindsay Lohan, both are objectively beautiful, single white men whose names start with "J." And the casting announcement of either actor in any project tends to elicit, these days, a unique existential apathy that manifests itself in an eye-roll accompanied by, “I guess that makes sense.”A unicorn is by definition singular, and yet here we are presented with two. With those squinty eyes and the devilish grin, Franco brought an undeniable star charisma that transcended the high school genre (my mother swooned at the time). Where Desario was simply failing classes, Catalano was straight-up illiterate.I thought it was an important story to tell.” Co-star Greene added that the film’s endorsement of team work over individual battle as fuel for change is an important concept that applies to many present-day social efforts.
“I think its resoundingly clear that we’re going through the same thing right now and we’re fighting for equality,” she said.
For all his prolific work across a number of mediums, James Franco‘s ability to write and direct is, for the most part, still an unknown quantity.
He’s done a few shorts, and two documentaries, but his three feature films so far — the comedy “The Ape,” the Sal Mineo biopic “Sal,” and Hart Crane tale “The Broken Tower” — haven’t exactly become big hits or critical favorites. Showbiz411 are reporting that Franco has casted up for his adaptation of William Faulkner‘s classic “As I Lay Dying,” with his “Pineapple Express” and “Your Highness” co-star Danny Mc Bride (in what would be his first dramatic role since “All The Real Girls“?
In 2003, Ahna appeared in the comedy film named Bill the Intern for her role as a local actress.
In a new blog post for Huffington Post, the Oscar-nominated actor denied he's in a romantic relationship with Benson -- and, for good measure, declares he's not dating Robert Pattinson and Justin Bieber's ladies either.
Viewers would have begged Claire Danes to kick that pioneering fuccboi to the curb if it weren’t for Jared Leto being the puppy eyed alt-boy of our wildest dreams. Franco When came out in 2010, we were still far from our James Franco saturation point, so the notion of watching the actor saw off his own arm over the course of an entire movie did not feel like a nightmarish prospect.