Did James Franco just steal a puppy?!
Or is he rescuing it from some sort of runaway wood chipper maybe??
Nope! He's filming a scene!!
Thanks goodness for that! We thought that pup might've been in some sort of danger!
Apparently James and his buddy Seth Rogen were filming a scene for their new movie The Interview, shooting in Vancouver, Canada.
We're not sure exactly what's going on in the scene, but James was running with the puppy and Seth was holding his bloody stump of a hand!
Jeez! Sounds like an intense scene in a crazy movie!
We're just glad that little puppy dog is okay!
[Image via FameFlynet Pictures.]
Did all of our dreams just come true?
A shirtless James Franco wearing a bright red thong and a Santa hat with an adorable kitty ? Is this real life? Did the internet just implode??
No, this isn't some sort of weird wet Tumblr dream, it's actually an inCREDible photoshop pic that Ellen gave to James during his interview on an ep airing this Monday, the 18th.
And, this isn't just any pic. Oh no, it's a calendar and James and his feline are clearly Mr. and Mrs. December! HO! HO! HO!
Oh, and James was just as excited about the gift as we were. He tweeted the (above) pic and wrote:
James Franco is a biiiig cat fan!
Don't believe us? Check here, here and here for references.
So it wasn't a big surprise when he instagrammed a pic (above) of his pretty kitty and wrote:
James Franco loves pussy(cats)!! It's no secret he's a big fan of felines!
He loves hanging with his kitty buddy.
We previously mentioned they even read books together sometimes!!
He shared a pic (above) of another person's cat reading a book and wrote:
James Franco is one talented hunk of hunk!
His sexy face and cut body aren't his most seksi attributes though!
It's his love for his kitty cat!!
He posted a super cute pic (above) and wrote:
"Lux reading with me"
Awwwww!!! That's so cute!
Your kitty cat must love you so so so much!
He just wanted to be near you when you were reading.
[Image via James Franco & WENN.]
Quick! Someone get James Franco! The uprising has started!
The two 19-year-old half-brother gorillas at the Kansas City Zoo were able to get out of their habitat when a gate that separates them from the zoo keepers was accidentally left open.
The zoo keepers quickly got out of there and zoo guests were escorted to a safe area.
The gorillas were eventually rounded up and returned to their habitat.
The gorillas got some unscheduled exercise and no one was harmed, a happy ending if you ask us.
Plus there was no ape uprising so that's good too!