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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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    Weekend Box Office: 'The Croods' Notches Best Animated Opening Since November

    Normally, we’re besieged by animated fare during all months, but not so far in 2013. The only animated film of the year thus far was “Escape From Planet Earth,” a production from The Weinstein Company that was treated like a last minute dump, posting numbers that only counted as a hit compared to th...

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    Seth Rogen To Co-Direct & Star In Assassination Comedy 'The Interview,' James Franco Eyed For Lead Role

    While Hollywood marriages don't last, it seems bromances are forever. Seth Rogen and James Franco, forever hitched since Daniel and Ken walked into our lives in "Freaks & Geeks," have collaborated on a handful of projects including "Pineapple Express," "The Green Hornet," "Knocked Up" and this summe...

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    Watch: James Franco Directs Kenneth Anger As Occult Priest In Music Video, Delivers "No Talking" PSA For Alamo Drafthouse

    If you weren't already aware amidst his scores of other side projects, James Franco has formed a musical side project, entitled Daddy, with his fellow Rhode Island School of Design alumnus Tim O'Keefe. Having only been around a year, they've nonetheless still put out two Motown-inflected EPs -- to t...

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    Harmony Korine Talks 'Spring Breakers', Narrative Freedom & Why The ATL Twins Make America Great

    After opening in New York and Los Angeles last Friday, this weekend, U.S. audiences will get to see the latest fucked-up cinematic opus from enfant terrible Harmony Korine. "Spring Breakers," featuring James Franco alongside an unlikely young cast including Selena Gomez, Vanessa Hudgens and Ashley B...

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    Watch (NSFW): James Franco Wants to Eat His Fried Pickles and Watch His Movie in Peace, Goddammit!

    The Alamo Drafthouse, based in Austin, is infamous for not being kind to those who text or otherwise use their phones during movies (Exhibits A and B).

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    Watch: Gangster James Franco Shows Off His Dollar Signs In New 'Spring Breakers' Clip

    Just in case you haven't already seen enough promo for Harmony Korine's neon bikini-filled "Spring Breakers," a new clip has surfaced to give you just one more dose before you embark on beach-side shenanigans.

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    Watch: Alien Introduces Himself In New Clip From 'Spring Breakers' & Harmony Korine Tells Wild On-Set Stories

    Picking up coverage everywhere from EW to Cahier du Cinema, Harmony Korine's “Spring Breakers” finally opens in theaters this month, and while the promo efforts are perhaps getting to be just a few clips away from overkill at this point, we've got a quick new one as well as a behind-the-scenes look ...

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    Oz The Great And Powerful

    No movie ever can, or will, replace 1939’s "The Wizard Of Oz," but taken on its own terms, this eye-filling fantasy is an entertaining riff on how the Wizard of that immortal film found his way to Oz.

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    Stephen Colbert Asks James Franco, 'Are You a Fraud?'

    James Franco has taken on one of his most mainstream roles in the new Disney film, 'Oz the Great and Powerful'; nothing is more mainstream than Disney. (You can read my review here.) But his entire career still has the shape of wide-ranging performance art -- and with a lot more focus, Stephen C...

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