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    Watch: James Franco Shows His Love for Gary Shteyngart in a Trailer for the Author's New Book 'Little Failure'

    Fiction writer Gary Shteyngart will be releasing his memoir "Little Failure" at the top of next year, and he has teamed up with devoted fan (and fellow author, among other things) James Franco to help stir up publicity with a trailer for the upcoming book.

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    Watch: The Variety Awards Supporting Actor Roundtable Featuring James Franco, John Goodman and Geoffrey Rush

    Variety unveils another installment of their yearly Roundtable series, featuring an in-depth talk between this year's stand-out supporting actors.

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    Stream Them Now: 4 Oscar Contenders for 2014 Already Available to Watch Online

    Though the the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences hasn't released its nominations yet, some of the top film contenders are already available for streaming.

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    Tribeca Film Nabs 'Palo Alto,' Gia Coppola's Feature Debut Starring Emma Roberts and James Franco (TRAILER)

    Tribeca Film has snapped up North American rights to Gia Coppola's feature debut "Palo Alto," based on James Franco's short story collection, and starring Emma Roberts, Franco, Val Kilmer, James Kilmer, Nat Wolff and Zoe Levin.

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    Watch: A24 Drops For Your Consideration Sizzle Reel For James Franco's Turn In 'Spring Breakers'

    While prognosticators like to think they can predict the awards season race weeks and even months away from when the dust settles, there is always a surprise or two that no one would have seen coming. (For example, who would've thought Benh Zeitlin would get a Best Director nomination over Ben Affle...

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    Tribeca Film to Release Gia Coppola's Debut 'Palo Alto' Starring Emma Roberts and James Franco Theatrically Next Spring

    Tribeca Film has acquired North American rights to Gia Coppola's acclaimed feature film debut "Palo Alto," starring Emma Roberts, James Franco and Val Kilmer. The ensemble drama is based on Franco's short story collection of the same name. The film, which played at the Venice, Telluride and Toronto ...

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    Contest: Win 'Homefront' Poster Signed By The Cast Plus Watch 2 New Clips From The Movie With James Franco & Jason Statham

    This weekend at the movies, you'll have no shortage of choices including award season contenders, shiny blockbusters and fare for the whole family. But sometimes during the holidays, you need a break from the grind and some entertaining, escapist entertainment in the shape of "Homefront" could bit t...

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    Watch: Seth Rogen and James Franco Parody Kanye West and Kim Kardashian's Music Video and It's Glorious

    Taking time away from their upcoming comedy "The Interview," James Franco and Seth Rogen sat down on a stationary motorcycle to make a shot-for-shot remake of Kanye West's new music video "Bound 2," which features Kim Kardashian. The result is "Bound 3" and it is glorious.

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    Watch: Seth Rogen & James Franco's Shot-For-Shot Recreation Of Kanye West & Kim Kardashian's 'Bound 2' Video

    Last week, Kanye West unveiled his awesome/strange/terrible/kind of great video for "Bound 2" from his latest album Yeezus. Combining hilariously (ironic?) images of Americana—horses! mountains!—it mostly was an excuse for Ye to straddle a topless Kim Kardashian on a motorcycle. And inevitably, a pa...

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    James Franco Thinks Being A Sex Addict In 'Shame' Wasn't So Bad, Criticizes Gay Club Sequence

    So, James Franco has seen "12 Years A Slave" three times already. And after the second viewing, he penned a review for Vice because that's what he does sometimes these days, and leave it to Franco to reference Alexis de Tocqueville and two of his own movies ("Homefront," "This Is The End") in the pr...

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