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Remember when this guy was Harry Osborn?
Casting Roundup: Christoph Waltz Wants To Be A Horrible Boss After All, Plus Warcraft, Will Smith And More
He was out but now Christoph Waltz is back in for Horrible Bosses 2, Will Smith is selling time for a do-over, James Franco returns to Palo Alto and more in today’s roundup. • Christoph Waltz will be a horrible …
Rogen and Franco’s The Interview Casts Randall Park To Play Someone Famous; Jamie Chung Sought For Female Lead
According to Creative BC’s list of productions set for British Columbia, Seth Rogen-James Franco comedy The Interview begins filming in Vancouver on October 10th. It also tells us Randall Park will be in the film, but not who he’ll be …
Paul Schrader, Peter Chan, Bernado Bertolucci, James Franco and sixty-four more directors contributed shorts to the Venice Film Festival and you can watch them all online now.
Also, the poster for the film which seems to be pitching it as some kind of political allegory.
Based on a book by James Franco, this new film from Gia Coppola also stars James Franco. There’s a lot of Franco about these days. I think it’s quite catching.
More TIFF Images: Love Is The Perfect Crime, Words And Pictures, A Promise And James Franco’s Child Of God
A fresh new batch of images featuring Clive Owen, Rebecca Hall, Juliette Binoche, Maiwenn and many more.
Every Thing Will Be Fine sees Wim Wenders collaborating with Benoît Debie on a 3D feature which stars James Franco and Charlotte Gainsbourg.
Real life rapper Riff Raff is reportedly suing for eight to ten million dollars.
You will never guess who he is playing.
Last we heard, Franco hadn’t been made an official offer to play the TV host. Has he signed on? Is the film going ahead? When?
What can you say about a madcap comedy about the End Of Days that stars just about everyone? If you’re Michael Moran, quite a bit. Apparently.
Just when you think this is going to be an April Fools joke made entirely out of old footage from the first film, the new shots start…
Why there won’t be a Dorothy in the next Disney Oz movie.
I haven’t made a secret of my affection for Sam Raimi’s Oz The Great and Powerful. I saw the film for the second time tonight and I’m certainly not done with it yet. And neither, it seems, are Disney…
It’s beginning to be a thing Franco, this monkey business.
James Franco has a guilty conscience and Rachel Weisz and Mila Kunis share a tense, witchy exchange.