Seth Rogen and James Franco are up to their incorrigible stoned hijinks again, this time planning the assassination of a key government head of an opposing nation. These guys will never learn! The two will reportedly star in The Interview, the latest comedy written and to be directed by Rogen and his This Is the End collaborator Evan Goldberg. They start shooting this winter, with Franco and Rogen playing "a talk-show host and his producer who find themselves out of their depths when they participate in a plot to assassinate the prime minister of North Korea." Should Michael Cera re-grow his little mustache to play the creepy assassin hired for this task, I will be strangely okay with that.
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This only makes sense: James Franco, who's doing pretty much everything these days, and Sam Raimi, who claims do be doing pretty much everything else, may be re-teaming for Oz, the Great and Powerful. If everything works out, Harry Osborn would be playing the film's title chara... / Continue →
Actor/writer/director/producer/artist/student/Broadway star/Oscar host/nominee James Franco just won't let up. Last we heard he was optioning rights for new films, adapting some American classics for the screen, and forcing his grandma into viral videos. Now, he's in talks to p... / Continue →