James Franco is a growing star. He's a hot young actor who has starred in Spider-Man among other hits.
James Franco Really Loves McDonald's For Some Reason
We've come to expect all manner of self-consciously "eccentric" behavior from James Franco.
Whether he's making out with Zachary Quinto or claiming to be Selena Gomez's baby daddy, Franco is as devoted to living his life as some kind of weird Andy Kaufman-esque performance art piece as he is to his acting.
9 Stars Who Just Woke Up (And Still Look Great!)
Can someone put a pot of coffee on please?!?
As Us Weekly so often tells its readers, stars are JUST LIKE US.
4/20: A Tribute to Celebrity Stoners Who Love the Sticky-Icky-Icky!
It's 4/20, mannn!!!!! Four. Twenty. Whether you're high on life these days or prefer to get high on ... other stuff, the 20th day of April is the day for you.
Why? Do we really need to explain? Let's allow these folks to do it for us ...
James Franco: Selena Gomez and I Had a Baby! Just Kidding!
You may want to sit down for this one:
James Franco Makes Out With Zachary Quinto in New Instagram Pic
Given all the things that we've seen on James Franco's Instagram page, the sight of the eccentric actor kissing one of his co-stars isn't all that shocking.
Even so, when the co-star in question is Star Trek star Zachary Quinto, the image manages to stand out amidst all the other weird crap Franco uploads.
President Obama: North Korea Sucks, James Flacco is Cool
Earlier today, President Obama spoke out on Sony's decision to pull The Interview from theaters in response to terrorist threats linked to North Korea.
The POTUS agrees with Hollywood that the studio shouldn't have caved, and he offered a sort of consolation prize to the movie-going public by offering up some unintentional comedy of his own:
Sony Hackers Demand The Interview NEVER Be Released on DVD!
As you've probably heard, The Interview was pulled from theaters following a series of cyber attacks and terrorist threats from what is believed to be a group of North Korean hackers.
Now, it seems the so-called "Guardians of Peace" are still not satisfied, as they've reportedly issued further demands to execs at Sony Pictures Entertainment.