He’s one of the hottest actors in Tinseltown these days, and James Franco got nailed with a barrage of gay jokes during his recent “Comedy Central Roast.”
The “Spring Breakers” star told the Daily Beast that he actually wasn’t offended in the least by all the homosexual references.
He made quite an impression on audiences with his “Spring Breakers” Alien character, and now James Franco wants an Academy Award to adorn his mantle.
The “Palo Alto” hunk appears in a new “For Your Consideration” ad asking for Oscar votes for the Best Supporting Actor category.
Bringing his stint at the 2013 Venice Film Festival to a close, James Franco arrived at Marco Polo Airport to catch a departing flight his afternoon (September 2).
The “This Is The End” actor seemed pretty distracted as he listened to his headphones and clutched what appeared to be a script as he scurried past the shutterbugs.
Stepping out to promote his new movie, James Franco attended the "Palo Alto" premiere at the Venice Film Festival on Sunday (September 1).
The "127 Hours" star worked the red carpet in a classy black suit with a white dress shirt, skinny black tie, and aviator sunglasses.
Enjoying working behind the camera, James Franco premiered his movie "Child of God" at the Venice Film Festival on Saturday (August 31).
The "Pineapple Express" star looked handsome in a gray suit and light dress shirt as he smiled and squinted on the red carpet.
There has been plenty of pre-release buzz surrounding “Palo Alto,” and James Franco just dropped a teaser trailer for the indie flick.
Directed by Gia Coppola, the film stars Franco along with Emma Roberts and Val Kilmer and is based on a collection of stories written by James himself.
Their Oscar-hosting partnership is considered to be one of the worst in Hollywood history. But did James Franco and Anne Hathaway get it on when it was all over?
That’s what comic Nick Kroll asked during the taping of Comedy Central’s roast of the actor; it’s set to air September 2nd.
Enjoying the work behind the camera instead of in front, James Franco will debut his next directorial project, "Child of God," at the Venice Film Festival.
Following "Interior. Leather Bar" and "As I Lay Dying," this movie adaptation follows an outsider-turned-serial killer in 1960s Tennessee.
He’s always been a good sport when it comes to self-effacing humor, and James Franco was the object of ridicule during “The Comedy Central Roast of James Franco” last night (August 25).
The “Spring Breakers” stud showed up at Culver Studios in Culver City, California where Roastmaster Seth Rogen led the charge with some witty and biting remarks.
If weren’t already planning on tuning into James Franco's televised roast, you may want to now.
Comedy Central just announced that “Saturday Night Live’s” Andy Samberg and “Parks and Recreation” star Aziz Ansari are participating in the event, which tapes on Sunday (August 25) at Culver Studios.