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TRAILER: ‘The Interview’

by Michelle Preau on September 22, 2014

James Franco and Seth Rogen star in the upcoming action comedy The Interview. The hilarious duo play two TV journalists who host the popular celebrity tabloid show Skylark Tonight. When they discover that Kim Jong-un, the North Korean dictator, is a fan of the show, they decide to set up an interview. Their plans change when the two are recruited by the CIA to assassinate Kim Jong-un. Randall Park, Lizzy Caplan and Diana Bang also star. Evan Goldberg and Seth Rogen helmed the film.

The Interview hits theaters December 25.seth-rogen-james-franco-the-interview-web


The-Sound-and-the-Fury-5-webLooking at the cast, you might assume a new comedy is coming out. But this film is just the opposite. James Franco, Seth Rogen and Danny McBride star in the adaptation of the classic William Faulkner novel The Sound and the Fury. 

The drama takes a look back into the early 20th century and the lives of the Compsons, a family living down South in Mississippi. Franco stars as Benjy, a young man with cognitive disabilities that the family is ashamed of. Jacob Loeb, Ahna O’Reilly and Scott Haze star as Benjy’s older siblings with Tim Blake Nelson as their father.

Even though Rogen and McBride don’t have serious roles in the film it is fascinating to see them take on more serious roles and in period clothing to boot. Academy Award nominee James Franco directed the film, which has us wondering if he has a twin. How else could he be so prolific?

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Hold onto your hats and your pistols because director and co-writer James Franco has something you’ll want to set your sights on. A riveting film adaption of Cormac McCarthy’s novel, Child of God stars Scott Haze playing the role of Lester Ballard. Set in the 1960s, a small Tennessee town in the Appalachian Mountains struggles to contain one of its worst criminals. Having no parents and no place to live, Ballard leads a life of crime. His desperation and loneliness drag him down to the depths where he will reach his judgment day.

Well Go USA will be releasing this indie thriller starring James Franco and Scott Haze on August 1.

Source: Deadline


TRAILER: ‘Homefront’

by Catie Ragusa on September 16, 2013

A trailer for the New Orleans-shot action thriller Homefront has been released. Starring Jason Statham, James Franco, Winona Ryder, Kate Bosworth and Frank Grillo, the film is based on a book by Chuck Logan.

When ex-DEA agent Phil Broker (Statham) loses his wife, he decides to retire to a small town, assuming it would be in his ten-year-old daughter’s best interests. He soon finds that he landed in the wrong town, winding up in a tangle with the local meth-dealing drug lord who calls himself Gator (Franco). Despite attempting to forget his past as a narc, he finds himself in a world of violence and terror, in which he must protect his daughter.

Directed by Gary Fleder, with the film adaptation written and produced by Sylvester Stallone, Homefront is set for wide release on November 27.


TRAILER 2: The Iceman

by Arthur Vandelay on January 15, 2013

Shot in Shreveport, The Iceman stars Michael Shannon, Wynona Rider, Chris Evans, James Franco, Ray Liotta, David Schwimmer and Stephen Dorff.


New RED BAND trailer for ‘This Is the End’

by Jillian Aubin

Sony Pictures just released a red band trailer for Seth Rogen’s newest film This Is the End, which stars Rogen, James Franco, Jonah Hill, Jay Baruchel, Danny McBride and Craig Robinson. The actors star as themselves as they struggle for survival after the apocalypse hits during a party at Franco’s mansion. Expect numerous celebrity appearances and deaths; […]

2010 New Orleans Film Festival – October 14-21

by Brittney Franklin

The New Orleans Film Society has released its 2010 lineup for the New Orleans Film Festival at its kick-off party Thursday night. “We have more high-profile films than we’ve ever had because the distributors now believe in us. They realize that we’re a good way for them to get the word out about their movies,” […]