As we know quite well by now, James Franco has actively seeked out a very queer, um, bent to his career (here’s 10 examples), which is continuing with his new film “Michael,” the true story of Michael Glatze, a San Francisco gay activist who somehow evolved himself into an ex-gay Christian fundamentalist. Based on Benoit Denizet-Lewis’s 2011 New York Times article “My Ex-Gay Friend,” the film is produced by Gus Van Sant and directed by newcomer Justin Kelly, and co-stars out actor Zachary Quinto. So what does Quinto think of Franco’s queer obsession? Only good things, according to this interview he did with The Huffington Post.
“My feeling about James, in particular, is that he’s someone who is really interested in generating a dialogue,” Quinto said.
You can watch the whole interview below: