On Monday, the 'Knocked Up' actor, 36, made a series of tweets revealing some amusing behind-the-scenes trivia about the action stoner comedy.
Franco will appear in front of the camera in the upcoming second season of "The Deuce," which debuts on HBO this September.
James Franco made a rare public appearance with his girlfriend, Isabel Pakzad, on Monday. It marked their red carpet debut as a couple and the first red carpet for "The Disaster Artist" star since January's scandal.
A villainous James Franco gets what’s coming to him in the new trailer for Lionsgate’s upcoming science-fiction thriller “Kin,” starring Jack Reynor, Myles Truitt, Zoe Kravitz, and Dennis Quaid. Truitt portrays the younger adopted brother of a recently released ex-con, played by Reynor, and the object of pursuit by Franco’s grinning villain. Truitt’s Eli finds […]
Franco was accused of sexual misconduct by five of his former acting students in January.
Tommy Wiseau attends a screening of “The Disaster Artist” at AFI Fest 2017 on Nov. 12, 2017, in Hollywood. Tommy Wiseau’s cult so-bad-it’s-good movie The Room is the inspiration for Academy Award-nominated film The Disaster Artist, but the enigmatic director wasn’t invited to the ceremony itself. “Oh hi #Oscars,” Wiseau tweeted along with a picture of himself and The Room co-star Greg Sestero wearing tuxes and sunglasses on the Golden Globes red carpet.
James Franco’s former teaching assistant Ryan Moody is suing Franco’s RabbitBandini Productions and Seth Rogen’s Point Grey Pictures.
James Franco's former high school has taken down a mural he painted and plans to remove other art donated by the celebrity alumnus who is facing allegations of sexual misconduct in Hollywood.
NEW YORK (AP) — Two women who have accused actor James Franco of sexual misconduct said on ABC's "Good Morning America" on Tuesday that they're waiting for him to make amends.
Director James Franco makes an impression as "The Room" director Tommy Wiseau at the Toronto Film Festival, with both addressing the Midnight Madness crowd.
First trailer for 'The Disaster Artist,' James Franco's comedic retelling of Tommy Wiseau's 'The Room,' legendary so-bad-it's-good midnight movie
Last night’s season finale of The Walking Dead didn’t just provide another zombie apocalypse nail-biter — it also kept its breaks interesting with a series of three new ads for director Ridley Scott‘s much-anticipated summer sci-fi horror film, Alien: Covenant. And like its initial teaser posters, the spots had some ominous cautionary advice for both its protagonists, and its viewers.
On Wednesday, James Franco and Bryan Cranston rolled into Conan and revealed a pot-themed present between the two. Franco, the multitalented artist, painted several of the paintings for the set of their film Why Him. Franco gave a painting to Cranston of a large marijuana leaf on an even larger canvas.
’Tis the season to wear ugly holiday sweaters. While Snoopy being all cute is a sweet classic, we are in the business of celebrities here, and we’ve found some related to your favorite stars and human beings who are famous for nothing (see: Kylie Jenner). This year, that delightful oddball James Franco got into the business of making his own, but most of the ones we turned up came courtesy of those crazy crafting enthusiasts who populate Etsy.
A 111-minute marathon of slangy idioms and expletives, gross-out gags, and unbridled raunch, some of it funny, much of it merely strenuous
Actor Wesley Snipes has a new book coming out next year, and it’s not a memoir. Snipes is releasing his first novel, a supernatural thriller called Talon of God. Actor James Franco released a novel titled Actors Anonymous in 2013.
November always conjures up memories of your favorite and not-so-favorite relatives gathering together for Thanksgiving dinner, watching football, and, of course, the tryptophan coma that ensues from gorging on a Bacchanalian feast.
James Franco couldn’t resists his brother Dave’s challenge. (Photo: Bruce Glikas/FilmMagic) James Franco is fearless, which is why the Oscar-nominated actor just couldn’t turn down a dare from his brother, Dave. and that means we got one sweet video of him singing Justin Bieber’s “Sorry” in a supermarket aisle. “My brother challenged me to sing in public,” wrote Franco, 38, on his Instagram video post. Once he and his two backup singers/friends found the perfect spot to perform (was he looking for the most or least amount of audience members?
Watch the first trailer for James Franco's remake of the 1996 Lifetime movie 'Mother May I Sleep with Danger?'