James Franco's passion project based on The Disaster Artist, a book based on the making of the vexingly bad cult classic film The Room, is beginning to take shape. We already know that Franco is directing the film and starring as the real-life character Tommy Wiseau, who starred in, wrote, and directed The Room, making him the "mastermind" behind that flop — a label that, against all odd
Tommy Wiseau, director/star/writer of cult classic The Room, has resurrected his follow-up project The Neighbors, announcing a September 2014 premiere for the sitcom. He's presumably doing this to capitalize on the momentum built from the release of Greg Sestero's Room tell-all and the James Franco-helmed movie about the book about the movie, because he is nothing if not a savvy businessman (case
Kim Jong-un's North Korean government has officially denounced Seth Rogen and James Franco's The Interview, calling it an "act of war" and promising "merciless" retaliation against the US if the movie is released.
“The act of making and screening such a movie that portrays an attack on our top leadership… is a most wanton act of terror and act of war, and is absolutely intolera
Seth Rogen and his best bud James Franco team up as a news anchor-producer duo in the new comedy The Interview, which revolves around a plot to assassinate real-life North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un. And now the Supreme Leader himself has condemned the movie...