It’s like he draws two occupations out of a hat each morning.
Considered one of the finest actors of his generation, James Franco is also a multitalented writer and visual artist. Drawing from his experience in film and television work, Franco has produced a visually exciting and thought-provoking body of video works, multimedia installations, and large-scale sculptures.
Drawn from the exhibition curated by Alanna Heiss and organized by the Clocktower Gallery, James Franco: The Dangerous Book Four Boys explores themes of childhood and nostalgia, games and destruction. Each experimental film, suite of drawings, and raw, childlike construction is presented as a window into the artist’s mind. This dense and often diaristic survey reflects Franco’s interest in the contemporary American landscape of adolescence and young adulthood.
This $30 garbage book comes out the week before my birthday, so I expect a copy from each of my friends.
Just James Franco, reading for 22 mins. Only for you.
My hands are small, I know, but they’re not yours, they are my own, but they’re not yours, they are my own and I am ever broken.
Rise of the Planet of the Apes
- Bobby: Was James Franco good in it?
- Louis: No, but he gets less screen time than the apes.
So how much of Mildred Pierce do I have to read before Sunday?
Will HBO and Todd Haynes be providing page numbers for each part? Also, I’m beyond irritated that it will now be impossible for me to read the novel without envisioning the daughter as Evan Rachel Wood. The less space she takes up in my brain, the better it is for everyone. Because the more I think of her, the more I complain about her - and you don’t want to be around me when I’m complaining about Evan Rachel Wood, James Franco, James Franco, or James Franco.