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James Franco Turned His Students Into His Entourage For Oz Press Tour

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Everyone needs an entourage!

It just might be a little unusual to turn your students into your posse.

But leave it up to soap star, poet, artist and actor James Franco to do the unusual as his USC film students got the chance to join him as he did his press tour for Oz the Great and Powerful.

Don’t go thinking it was all about fun and games because James put those kids to work!

The wizard of everyone's dreams revealed to Britain’s InStyle that he allowed his class access to film what goes on behind the scenes after the movie is made. He said:

“One of my students is actually recording this conversation right now for a project… I'm looking at the machinery behind the spectacle of making a movie. There's so much more involved than just turning up on set.”

Traveling with James and filming him behind the scenes?

How do we sign up for that class for the rest of our lives?

[Image via WENN.]

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  2. Atasi says – reply to this


    Awww the multi talented "Jamesi" does it best!!!

  3. bruinbabe says – reply to this


    James Franco teaches at UCLA and brought UCLA students, not those kids from that school across town