By Casey Cipriani | Indiewire May 14, 2014 at 11:13AM
Just in case you don't get enough of James Franco from his acting career, his directing career, his screenwriting career, his performance art career, his book writing career, his poetry, his angry, viral Instagram, or his myriad academic endeavors, fear not, more Franco is heading our way!
According to The Wrap, a documentary focused on Franco from first time director Lisa Vangellow is almost complete. The film will follow a year in his professional and personal life, because apparently someone thought that he's not overexposed enough already.
"Franco: A Documentary" started filming in June 2013 and is now being edited by Veteran Curtiss Clayton, who is also cutting Franco's upcoming "Bukowski." Klaus Biesenbach, chief curator-at-large of New York's Museum of Modern Art, and Seth Rogen are also said to be featured in the film. Sadly, no word on any appearance from New York Times theater critic Ben Brantley, whom Franco called a "little bitch" after Brantley panned his performance on Broadway in "Of Mice and Men."