José Fernández's tragic passing has affected so many people.
The late sports star's longtime love reflected on their time together, writing:
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On Wednesday night, MTV dropped the FIRST trailer for the upcoming drama Goat, which follows a young man pledging his elder brother's fraternity — and being tested physically and mentally with ruthless hazing!
Ben Schnetzer stars as Jonas' little brother who appears to be slowly losing it as the frat pranks get worse and worse. Oh, as for Franco, he plays one of the older members who can't get enough of the frat lifestyle.
What's the best part of new Kanye West artistic antics?
The inevitable Seth Rogen parody!
Franco and Cranston have teamed up for a new comedy which has the 38-year-old playing a tatted up, potty mouthed, "Internet zillionaire" who's dating the Breaking Bad star's daughter (Zoey Deutch).
You can just imagine where this goes as James tries WAAAY too hard to try and win Bryan's approval — and yes, things get RIDICULOUS!
Ch-ch-check out the insanely NSFW and HIGHlarious trailer (below) and let us know if you'll be catching Why Him? when it lands in theaters Christmas Day this year!
We want this outfit!
James Franco welcomed summer with his sexy, muscular arms in this floral print bustier top and matching shorts on Wednesday.
Too bad Coachella is over!
The actor was obviously in a festive mood, as he also put on a flower crown and added a floral print border to the photo, AND included the caption:
"🌺SUMMER is HERE!🌺"
Franco's ready to party!
There were Topman shopping bags in the background, but we cannot confirm that the 38-year-old got his goods from the store.
P.S. Loving that muscle definition!
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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: