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Everyone, James Franco has big plans for his third time hosting “Saturday Night Live.” Big plans.

In the above promos, the actor reveals that — due to all of the “cool experimental stuff” he likes to do — this week’s show is going to be in black-and-white and 3D. And although it’s highly doubtful that Lorne Michaels is actually going to let Franco take charge of the show’s artistic direction, fans can hope that one day the actor will have his 3D dreams realized.

For now, according to Cecily Strong, if Franco thinks of something happy and just believes, one of his wishes will come true. So, washing himself over with “Christmas magic,” the actor chants “believe, believe, believe,” and a sandwich suddenly appears in his hands. As Franco says, “It’s a Christmas miracle!”

In the rest of the clip, Franco shows off his ability to go to one of his Yale classes and shoot a movie in mere seconds and admits that the only reason he’s hosting the show is so he can get laid. Also look out for a cameo appearance by a former denizen of “30 Rock.”

James Franco is set to host “SNL” alongside musical guest Nicki Minaj on Dec. 6 at 11:30 p.m. ET/PT on NBC.
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The folks at TheFineBros got none other than James Franco and Seth Rogen in their latest clip to sit down and try out an interactive mini-game based on Freaks & Geeks, a fan favorite show that ran about 14 years ago, with younger and much different versions of these two guys in it.

They seem to like it, especially Seth, and it makes them talk a bit about their experiences on the show. Too bad it’s just a fun little thing and not a full-fledged adventure game.

Here’s the clip. Be careful if you haven’t seen the series yet, the video spoils the original show’s ending a bit.


It’s a big weekend for James Franco fans. The multi-multi-hyphenate hosts Saturday Night Live with musical guest Nicki Minaj 11:30 p.m. Eastern on NBC. On Sunday, he strips down and heads into the woods with his buddy Seth Rogen for a very special episode of Naked and Afraid 8 p.m. Eastern on Discovery.

JAMES FRANCO and SETH ROGEN’s controversial new movie could be to blame for the headline-grabbing hack attack on Sony Pictures.
The movie giant’s databases were compromised last week (ends30Nov14) and reports suggested the perpetrators had stolen files featuring the personal details of stars including Cameron Diaz.

Cyber thieves also posted online stolen films they acquired in the hack, including Fury and the forthcoming adaptation of Annie, which led to millions of illegal downloads through pirate sites.

It is now believed the attack may have been carried out by officials in North Korea in revenge over Franco and Rogen’s latest comedy, The Interview, which tells the fictional story of two men who try to assassinate the country’s dictator Kim Jong Un.

North Korean government representatives have slammed the film and branded it an act of war and an “undisguised sponsoring of terrorism”.

And when quizzed about the cyber attack, North Korea’s United Nations mission refused to deny the rumour, saying, “I kindly advise you to just wait and see.”

Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) officers are investigating the incident.


There’s one drama on James Franco’s resume that made the actor tear up watching it.

Not because of his soulful performance in “The Color of Time,” but the pride he has in the filmmakers behind it — Franco’s former students from the graduate film program at NYU.

“I remember after seeing it, at the end I was pretty embarrassed because I was actually crying a little bit and I never do that,” Franco tells the Daily News of the film’s premiere at the Rome Film Festival two years ago.

“It was really a proud teacher moment. It took me a couple of seconds to stand up because I was a little teary eyed by the end of that screening.”

You couldn’t script a story like the one behind the student film that finally arrives in New York in December: Franco rounded up a band of his students and several former classmates from his own time at the NYU program, also enlisting famous acting peers like Mila Kunis and Jessica Chastain.

“There are a lot of people who would look at a project like this and say, ‘You’re going to take 12 really strong willed people who are all here because they have a very specific vision and you’re going to make something that is one voice out of that?,’” says Pamela Romanowsky, 31, one of the directing dozen. “It’s a challenge and a risk, and James is the kind of person who loves a challenge and a risk.”

Right from the first act of the movie adaptation of C.K. Williams’ poetry, the fledgling filmmakers got the kind of education you can’t get in a classroom.

When Franco went off to Detroit to film “Oz the Great and Powerful” in 2011, his students followed him to snag time with their teacher each night at 8 p.m. after he wrapped filming his Hollywood tentpole flick.

“The budget was so low on this film, that I drove the first equipment truck with one of the line producers from New York to Detroit through a blizzard,” says Shruti Ganguli, 32, who was drafted to be a first-time producer since she was earning an MBA at NYU at the same time as her film degree.

“I learned what ‘hydroplaning’ was when it happened to me.”

It helped that Franco doubled as a casting director. When co-director Gabrielle Demeestere needed to stock a convenience store clerk to shoot her segment, “James was like, ‘Oh why don’t we just have (his ‘Oz’ co-star) Bruce Campbell and this hilarious Detroit driver in Detroit and we can just have the two of them?’

“I didn’t know what to expect but they were amazing bantering improvers,” adds the Brooklyn-based NYU grad.

Armed with a budget less than the catering bill on a Hollywood production, the students split into two teams — quarterbacked by cinematographers Pedro Gomez Millan and Bruce Thierry Cheung — to get it done in the two allotted weeks. Everyone pitched in with multiple jobs, says 29-year-old co-director Omar Zúñiga Hidalgo, who says that when he wasn’t directing his own segment, he doubled as a script supervisor for another director.

Franco, 36, may have a rep for flitting from school to school as a teacher, but the Hollywood renaissance man has stayed in many students’ lives long after “The Color of Time” wrapped. He’s acted in several of his former pupils’ following feature films, including Demeestere’s “Yosemite” and Romanowsky’s “The Adderall Diaries.”

“When James says he wants to collaborate with you, that’s a big thing for someone who’s starting out,” says Millan.

Franco may be somewhat of a film-making Yoda, but he downplays his role as just a “hands-off producer.”

“I just think it’s a way for me to use my place in the entertainment industry to help students get their projects off the ground,” he says.

You should know…

“The Color of Time” can be seen on iTunes and Amazon Instant Video from Dec. 2, is available On Demand from Dec. 9 and hits select theaters on Dec. 12.


James Franco keeps it cool and casual in a leather jacket while attending his James Franco: New Film Stills Exhibition Opening held at the Galerie Cinema on Tuesday (November 25) in Paris, France.

The 36-year-old actor showcased his series of silver prints made in 2013, where he recreates the Untitled Film Stills by Cindy Sherman – the exhibit will be on view until January 3rd!

James Franco puts his arm around Kim Jong-un (actor Randall Park) while partying it up in the new trailer for his movie The Interview.

In the trailer, we find out James‘ character Dave Skylark and Kim Jong-un have a mutual adoration of the Katy Perry song “Firework,” which begins their friendship.

The plot of the film sends Dave Skylark (Franco) and his producer Aaron Rapoport (Seth Rogen), who run the popular celebrity tabloid TV show “Skylark Tonight,” to North Korea to assassinate Kim Jong-un.

The comedy will be released on Christmas Day.

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