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James Franco

James Franco
James Franco is a member of the Judd Apatow gang, getting his start in "Freaks and Geeks," doing a cameo in "Knocked Up" and co-starring in "Pineapple Express." In between, Franco has made his mark as son of the Green Goblin in the "Spider-Man" films. In addition to action and comedy, Franco has also tackled dramatic roles, most notably James Dean in a TV biopic, which earned him a Golden Globe. He's also starred as Sean Penn's lover in "Milk," as a Naval Academy plebe in "Annapolis" and a romantic hero in "Tristan + Isolde." Franco also exercises his comedy chops on Funnyordie.com.
James Franco is a member of the Judd Apatow gang, getting his start in "Freaks and Geeks," doing a cameo in "Knocked Up" and co-starring in "Pineapple Express." In between, Franco has made his mark as son of the Green Goblin in the "Spider-Man" films. In addition to action and comedy, Franco has also tackled dramatic roles, most notably James Dean in a TV biopic, which earned him a Golden Globe. He's also starred as Sean Penn's lover in "Milk," as a Naval Academy plebe in "Annapolis" and a romantic hero in "Tristan + Isolde." Franco also exercises his comedy chops on Funnyordie.com. « Show less

Top James Franco Articles

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  • Forget the politics, Sony executives say N.Korea comedy "desperately unfunny"

    The comedy on the fictionalassassination of North Korea's leader is "desperately unfunny"and would have flopped overseas if it had not been cancelled,according to leaked e-mails of international executives of SonyPictures. Sony Corp scrapped its...
  • Pulling 'Interview' was the right decision

    Had a movie theater owner said his cinema was going ahead with showings of "The Interview," I would have politely and respectfully said, "Are you out of the flippin' mind?" The comedy starring Seth Rogen and James Franco as two guys out to assassinate...
  • 'Interview' mess strange, surreal and troubling

    Kim Jong-un's head will not explode on Christmas Day, after all. At least not on movie screens in North America, or anywhere else in the world. On Wednesday, Sony Pictures pulled its Seth Rogen-James Franco comedy, "The Interview" about a pair of...
  • Obama criticizes Sony, warns pace of change will be uncertain for Cuba

    Obama criticizes Sony, warns pace of change will be uncertain for Cuba
    In a wide-ranging news conference Friday, President Obama called it "a mistake" for Sony Pictures not to release "The Interview," predicted that change in Cuba is inevitable and tried to make the case that the U.S. is better off than in the past....
  • President drops ball with reference to Flacco

    The Sports Xchange President drops ball with reference to Flacco President Obama told reporters on Friday that he was disappointed that Sony cancelled the release of "The Interview" while discussing North Korea's cyber-attack. While discussing the...
  • U.S. tries to tackle hackers behind Sony attack blamed on North Korea

    U.S. tries to tackle hackers behind Sony attack blamed on North Korea
    Washington made the woes of cyberattack victim Sony Pictures its own on Thursday as the White House acknowledged that the devastating strike against the big Hollywood studio was a matter of national security that would be met by a forceful government...
  • Five things for Thursday, Dec. 18

    Five things for Thursday, Dec. 18
    Here are your stories for Thursday: Obama announces a new Cuba policy; "The Interview" is pulled after terror threats; the holiday spirit; Disney Springs; and more. 1. President Obama announced Wednesday that he would reestablish diplomatic relations...
  • Sony executives' jokes were lame, not racist

    Sony Pictures Co-Chair Amy Pascal and Hollywood uber-producer Scott Rudin have been backpedaling mightily to distance themselves from their embarrassing email banter over President Barack Obama's fantasy film favorites. As the free world knows by now...
  • Seth Rogen buys ranch in Hollywood Hills West

    Seth Rogen buys ranch in Hollywood Hills West
    Comic actor Seth Rogen, who stars in the controversial comedy “The Interview” due out on Christmas, has bought a retreat in Hollywood Hills West in an off-market deal for close to $8 million. The 10-acre ranch includes a one-story main...
  • Paramount pulls screenings of 'Team America: World Police,' theaters say

    Paramount Pictures has put the kibosh on screenings of its 2004 North Korea-themed comedy "Team America: World Police," according to movie theaters in Cleveland and Atlanta. David Huffman, director of marketing at Cleveland Cinemas, told The Times...
  • Can't Cower Before Tin-Pot Tyrant Kim Jong-Un

    Can't Cower Before Tin-Pot Tyrant Kim Jong-Un
    Kim Jong-un, North Korea's eccentric, tin-pot tyrant, apparently has more power than even he might have envisioned. He has demonstrated, so far, that he can reach beyond the walls of his imprisoned nation to shut down the release of an American movie...