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    First Look At Danny McBride & More New Pics From James Franco's 'As I Lay Dying'

    Among the many filmmakers and actors packing their bags for Cannes this year is James Franco, because nary a festival can go by with something by the multitasking polymath being in the mix. And this year, the south of France will be getting his adaptation of William Faulkner's "As I Lay Dying," whic...

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    The 25 Greatest Oversharers in Film and Television: 21-25

    Inspired by Marc Maron's new IFC comedy based on his own life, Indiewire is offering up our favorite other oversharers currently working in film, in comedy and in TV, a list we'll be rolling out over the week.

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    Review: 'The Iceman' Starring Michael Shannon Is A Tired Take On The Mob Flick

    Are we living in a post-gangster movie age? From the early talkies to the Oscar-winning success of “The Departed,” the genre has been ever-popular and responsible for seminal films from “White Heat” and “The Godfather” to “Goodfellas” and “Pulp Fiction.” But one struggles to think of a standout film...

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    First Look At James Franco's Cannes Contender 'As I Lay Dying'

    It seems a film festival can't go by without a project starring, produced, directed or breathed on by James Franco unspooling. The ever busy multitasker seems to have his fingers in a dozen different pies at any one time, but even then, many were surprised to find "As I Lay Dying" slated for Cannes ...

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    James Franco Could Replace Jude Law In Werner Herzog’s ‘Queen Of The Desert’

    ​​Greenlight power is everything, and it often requires a top-shelf or name-brand cast to light the fuse. Werner Herzog seemingly nailed it with the power trio of Robert Pattinson, Naomi Watts and Jude Law for his would-be next narrative feature, "Queen of the Desert" -- the true story of Gertrude B...

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    The Surprises & Notable Absences Of The 2013 Cannes Line-Up

    So the 2013 Cannes lineup has finally been unveiled and as usual, there were a fair few surprise inclusions, a fair few snubby exclusions/category decisions, and some mildly oh!-inducing title changes. The majority of our firm predictions made it in (the Coens, Soderbergh, Farhadi, Sorrentino, Gray,...

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    Exclusive: Go Behind the Scenes of Gucci with James Franco in 'The Director' Trailer

    The latest fashion documentary, "The Director," takes us behind the scenes of not just the world renowned Italian brand Gucci, but of the powerful woman behind it. Produced by busy man James Franco -- who was the face of Gucci a few years back -- and directed by Christina Voros ("Kink"), the film ma...

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    Watch: Emma Watson Is Not Messing Around In New Red Band Trailer For 'This Is The End'

    So April Fools' Day is (thankfully) nearing an end and it looks like Bryan Singer and the folks behind "This Is The End" win the day. The former fooled Variety with a joke tweet about Lady Gaga playing Dazzler in "X-Men: Days Of Future Past," while the latter dropped a joke teaser for "Pineapple Exp...

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    Watch: Red Band Trailer For 'Pineapple Express 2' (aka 'This Is The End')

    Today is April Fool's Day, a holiday marked by lots of unfunny and terrible jokes floating around the internet trying to gotcha people. This isn't one of them. Instead, Seth Rogen, James Franco, Danny McBride and their pals have used April 1st to drop the trailer for the highly anticipated "Pineappl...

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    Watch: David Letterman Explains to James Franco Why He Once Kicked Harmony Korine Off His Show

    The tireless James Franco, who has both "Oz the Great and Powerful" and "Spring Breakers" in theaters right now, stopped by the "Late Show with David Letterman" last night to promote the latter film and quiz his host about why its director, Harmony Korine, had reportedly been banned from the show.

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