James Franco has been very vocal about dismissively waving off the projects he participated in before evolving into an Oscar-nominated, General Hospital co-star. Now, in a new interview with Newsweek, he really lays into one of those films: 2006's Tristan and Isolde.
"It was a big mistake. I was an overzealous young actor and wanted to make great movies. I read the script and wasn’t sure about it, but my acting teacher said it was a role that a young Brando or Olivier would do. I thought, 'OK…I guess,'" he says, before going on to detail how the hellish production landed him in a European hospital that boasted a strange affinity for Twin Peaks.
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