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    James Franco Bringing Chuck Palahniuk's 'Rant' To The Big Screen

    To date, only two of Chuck Palahniuk's novels have made the feature film leap—"Fight Club" and "Choke." One is considered one of the most important films of the millennium and the other...isn't. Meanwhile, James Franco's literary adaptations to date ("The Sound And The Fury," "Child Of God," "As I ...

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    Watch: James Franco Plays Napoleon Dynamite in 'Pulp Fiction' for His New AOL Series

    James Franco will star in "Making a Scene with James Franco" for AOL, a series parodying classic films (plus major James Franco-ness).

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    Venice Review: James Franco’s ‘The Sound And The Fury’ With Tim Blake Nelson, Seth Rogen & Danny McBride

    There is only so much matter in the universe. So at some point, simple physics dictates that James Franco must come to the end of the hitherto unending supply of goodwill that has been extended to him in recent years, unless he generates some more by making something that we can all agree is not jus...

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    Watch: James Franco's 'The Sound and the Fury' Clip Features Award-Worthy Scott Haze

    Creating tension in a single clip, out of context, is an art. And in this clip, Franco and his marketing representatives nailed it.

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    Watch: If You Like Listening to Moans, Then You'll Love the Trailer for James Franco's 'Kink'

    You know what you're going to get with a documentary titled "Kink."

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    Career Watch: From Instagram to Broadway to Movies – When Will James Franco Fatigue Strike?

    Ubiquity, thy name is James Franco. The year is not even two-thirds over, and already this self-styled 21st-century Renaissance dude is monopolizing the world of art circa 2014 at an exhausting rate.

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    Venice First Look: James Franco, Seth Rogen And Danny McBride In 'The Sound And The Fury'

    Alongside Cormac McCarthy, William Faulkner is the author of most interest to James Franco. Last year, Franco went to Cannes with his adaptation of "As I Lay Dying," which utilized split screens to capture to the many voices encompassing the story's narrative simultaneously. And while it remains to ...

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    Rogen's Roll Continues as Sony Pushes Bumbling Spy Bromance 'The Interview' to Christmas (VIDEO)

    Seth Rogen is on a roll, from comedies "This is the End" to "Neighbors," and now Sony is pushing back the multi-tasker's latest comedy "The Interview" from October to holiday prime time, Christmas Day. Rogen co-wrote, co-produced, and co-directed with partner Evan Goldberg, and also stars with equal...

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    James Franco Talks to Indiewire at NYC Premiere of 'Child of God'

    James Franco was all smiles at the New York City premiere of his latest feature to get a release, "Child of God."

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    Screen Talk: from Comic-Con's Sublime 'Interstellar' and 'Guardians of the Galaxy' to James Franco

    This week Eric Kohn and I have plenty to chew over. We dig into Comic-Con, parse the promise of Chris Nolan's "Interstellar" --who's the audience, anyway?--and debate Marvel's "Guardians of the Galaxy" as well as offering our picks of the week. I'm in the thrall of Brendan Gleeson, while Kohn argues...

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