The Florida Gators now have a fan in James Franco.
The actor visited Florida on Wednesday, speaking to hundreds of Gators’ students and faculty at the Stephen C. O’Connell Center. Franco, 36, gave a sponsored talk that touched on a number of topics, including his book, Palo Alto, his friendship with Seth Rogen and his most-recent movie, The Interview.
Following his talk...
The Gators and Seminoles are beefing over James Franco over Twitter.
James Franco shows off his sweet, customized Florida Gators jersey.
Actor, poet, writer, and “intellectual” James Franco took some time off from his hectic schedule to crash the University of Florida Wednesday night.
Per The Gainesville Sun, the university shelled out $85,000 to have Franco come out and do an interview/Q&A with fans hosted by the Accent Speakers Bureau. There he talked about the controversy surrounding The Interview, Seth...
James Franco gave the Florida Gators some love on Wednesday night, even snapping a giant selfie with the crowd.
James Franco will star in a nine-hour sci-fi thriller miniseries centering on the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. The series will air on Hulu.
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James Franco? Dude, what's happened to you since...Whataya think I wanna be terrible at school? You think I like it? I wish I could be smart as you. I wish it all came easy to me. But it doesn’t. You know, when I was in sixth grade, they told us when we go to junior high -- we'd be in track one, track two, or track three. Track one's the smart kids, track 2 is the normal kids,...
In a press conference on Friday, President Obama expressed his dismay on Sony Pictures’ decision to cancel the release of The Interview after some vague threats were issued to movie theaters which were planning on showing the film. And while much attention should be paid to Obama’s stance as it deals with issues of national
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As our usual Saturday Night Live recapper Jeremy Klumpp wrote two weeks ago, SNL seems to be getting better with each subsequent show this season. That trend continued with the latest show. I’d argue there wasn’t a weak show in the bunch, though some were obviously stronger than others. Even the final half-hour of the show, typically a graveyard, had some amusing material.