The movie is heavy, to say the least — it deals with California farm workers striking against low wages and miserable work conditions — and in starring stalwarts like Robert Duvall and Ed Harris, you know it's going to be intense!
Not only has the actor played a stoner on the big screen, but he's also besties with Seth Rogen IRL — so it's no surprise he finds marijuana to be another source of artistic inspiration.
While his eccentric artwork made for the perfect set design for the upcoming comedy Why Him? — in which the 38-year-old plays an eccentric tech billionaire — it also made for a fantastically awkward present to costar Bryan Cranston.
On Tuesday, the actor released a second endorsement video for the Democratic nominee on Instagram, just a week before the general election.
The political ad featured the actor yet again spoofing the popular Dos Equis "Most Interesting Man in the World" campaign by painting the poised politician as the "Most Interesting Woman In The World."
In the clip, Franco sounded off more reasons why he thinks Clinton is an "extraordinary" candidate (her laugh is in the Smithsonian, among other reasons) — however, the most compelling moment came when the 38-year-old emerged from the shower wearing nothing but a towel, telling us to "vote wisely."
Yup. In case you needed another reason to vote for Hillary, naked James Franco is telling you to.
Ch-ch-check out the steamy endorsement video (below) — and go vote on November 8!
With so much support, it was starting to feel as if any more Clinton backers would just be white noise in the election… and then James Franco showed up with what is possibly the best Clinton endorsement yet!
Directed by James Franco, the 21-year-old unveils her limited-edition "Gigi Boot" which she designed herself, all while kicking ass in the ring!
Yep, she's a complete knockout.
And while her footwear is a bit pricey starting at $565, Gigi's fans will at least be happy to know she's giving back.
According to Stuart Weitzman, the lace-up bootie "represents our commitment to build three additional schools with Pencils of Promise, an organization dedicated to making quality education accessible to kids everywhere."
Make sure to watch the blonde beauty's feature in full (below):
It's hard to imagine the Oscars without its jaw-dropping ending!
As you know, La La Land was mistakenly announced as the winner of the Best Picture award when it was really Moonlight that won! The shocking moment led to an awkward series of events, with even Jimmy Kimmel cutting in to smooth everything over.