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    Berlin Review: 'Interior. Leather Bar' Is A Surprisingly Successful James Franco Experiment On Male Sexuality & Filmic Process

    So let's clear up a few misconceptions about this film -- and of course there are misconceptions, it's a James Franco project. In fact it's the third title to boast his involvement at this Berlin Film Festival (after "Lovelace" and "Maladies"), but here he is pulling double duty as co-director with ...

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    James Franco & 'Kink' Director Christina Voros Teaming Up For Gucci Documentary

    We’re only in the second month of 2013 and while most of us have failed to meet our New Year’s resolutions, James Franco has already dropped two movies at Sundance -- the BDSM porn doc “Kink” and the “Cruising”-inspired “Interior. Leather Bar.” -- is i...

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    Tim Blake Nelson Joins James Franco-Directed 'Bukowski' & Tommy Lee Jones' 'The Homesman'

    Tim Blake Nelson has always been a talent equally as adept on-screen as he is behind the camera -- putting his stamp on such diverse films as WWII drama “The Grey Zone” and pot comedy “Leaves of Grass” -- but as his primary focus and the majority of his credits remains acting...

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    'Oz the Great and Powerful' Super Bowl Teaser

    Disney ran a TV spot on Sunday night's SAG awards for Sam Raimi's big-budget revisit of L. Frank Baum's wonderful world of Oz (March 8), entitled "Oz The Great and Powerful." Produced by Hollywood vet Joe Roth, the movie stars Mila Kunis, Rachel Weisz and Michelle Williams as a...

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    Sex and the (Park) City: Considering An Atypically Sexual Sundance Film Festival

    Sex and the Sundance Film Festival is not a new equation. In fact, sex and this Sundance Film Festival isn't a new equation. It's been a talking point since before the festival even started.

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    James Franco To Direct & Star In Adaptation Of James Ellroy's 'American Tabloid'

    So, what you have done this January? If you're James Franco, you're currently at the Sundance Film Festival dropping two films, signing on to direct and star in the biopic of hairstylist Jay Sebring in "Beautiful People," and you wrote a poem for the inauguration. Seriously. And it...

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    WATCH: Girls in Bikinis, a Shirtless, Sleazy James Franco and Skrillex Featured in Harmony Korine's 'Spring Breakers' Trailer

    The mind of Harmony Korine ("Gummo," "Trash Humpers") takes film viewers on wild, wild rides. And his new film "Spring Breakers," set to open this March, is no exception.

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    James Franco To Direct & Star In 'Beautiful People,' A Biopic Of '60s Hairstylist Jay Sebring

    Okay, so in addition to having two films at the Sundance Film Festival -- "Kink" which he produced, and "Interior. Leather Bar." which he co-directed -- James Franco is also in post on his Cormac McCarthy adaptation "Child Of God" and the omnibus film "Black Dog, R...

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    Watch: Trailer For James Franco Produced Sundance BDSM Porn Documentary 'Kink'

    Among the various interesting titles to be hitting the Sundance Film Festival (which kicks off today) is “Kink.” The documentary, produced by James Franco and directed by Christina Voros, explores the world of BDSM pornography. If that alone doesn’t catch your curiosity, the film&r...

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    Watch: New TV Spot For Sam Raimi's 'Oz The Great & Powerful' With James Franco & Mila Kunis

    Adapting a beloved TV series to the big screen is always a risky prospect, particularly when you start departing from the source material. Be it giving a post-modern meta spin on classics like "Bewitched" or "Starsky & Hutch," or chucking big-budget effects at lo-fi favorites like 'The A-Team" or "L...

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