Beyoncé just stopped the show before it began!
Ch-ch-check out the AH-Mazing opening performance (above)!
Mass shootings have unfortunately become a common occurrence in our society, making headlines on what seems to be a regular basis.
In the new short film Obituaries, James Franco tells the story of a school shooting in hopes to add to the conversation of the much-too frequent tragedies.
The NSFW drama, written and directed by Ryan Moody, tells the story of the aftermath of a school shooting that leaves six people dead. Their obituaries, narrated by Franco, detail their lives, faults, hopes, and dreams.
The director explained that the film aims to dissect how our society processes the complex emotions that come from these devastating incidents.
Speaking to IndieWire, he said:
"I wanted to make this film because I believe that these types of tragedies are becoming more prevalent in our culture. I wanted to take a closer look at how we, as a society, process the fear, the anger, the sadness, and the apathy these incidents bring up."
Ch-ch-check out the video (below) to watch the powerful 11-minute film:
On Tuesday, the Holes alum channeled his inner poet for an email interview with Complex Magazine. While promoting Alma Har'el's documentary LoveTrue, for which he served as an executive producer, the former Disney darling answered all of the questions asked by the publication with poems.
Wow. The documentary explores how people perceive true love, and when asked if he ever met the subjects in the film, the 29 year old wrote:
Now that's one way to celebrate your birthday!
The Milk actor flaunted his Ziggy Stardust costume by taking to Instagram to post a picture of himself all dolled up (above) with a friend. For the photo, he wrote:
"Happy b-day to Ted and Tom"
It's said that the Pineapple Express star was accompanied by friends who also dressed up as the Space Oddity singer. Obviously, the Bowie tribute made the A-lister stand out at the popular theme park as many people took to IG and Twitter to share footage of Franco's look (below).
We see you, James Franco!
During a recent sit down with New York Magazine, the Milk actor once again discussed his sexuality where he labeled himself as "a little gay." Now, before all you boys get overexcited, the Freaks and Geeks alum clarified that it is more of a "persona."
While Franco may not fight the idea that he is a bit of a tease, he does think the media looks too closely at the status of his sexuality. On his sexual identity, James explained:
The 37-year-old actor/singer/artist isn't afraid of playing gay for his movie roles, and now he's talking about his love of gay culture on the cover of Rolling Stone's April issue!
In fact, James actually admitted to being queer in one aspect of his life, saying:
From The Brave Little Toaster to Toy Story to Cars, we're all familiar with animated films that center around a group of self aware objects living in a human dominated world.
But in the first R-rated CG animated movie Sausage Party, this familiar Pixar-esque concept gets a disturbing twist following a ground of food items trying to avoid being brutally dismembered to be used as ingredients in dinner!
In the first trailer, we follow a group of food items from a grocery store who discover the truth about their existence — and learn that they're doomed to be skinned, picked apart, and violently consumed by humans! Yikes!
Ch-ch-check out the hysterically scary teaser (above), and watch Sausage Party in theaters August 12!