The 44-year-old actor has not worked since 2018 when he was accused of sexual misconduct by multiple women during the #MeToo movement.
The actor and director says that Sony deemed the first version of the North Korean leader's death to be "unacceptable."
The actor said he also regretted stating in a 2018 interview that he would continue working with Franco.
After slick-haired, sharp-dressed mob capo Rudy Pipilo (Michael Rispoli) cordially invites him into a profitable business venture requiring the efforts of brother-in-law Bobby (Chris Bauer), the fair-mannered Martino brother starts to see the bigger picture behind his recent success story down by the “wrong side of the river”.
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Hey guys! As an avid fan of The Wire and some of David Simon’s other work, I can’t begin to describe how much of a thrill it is to finally be at the forefront of one of Simon’s new television series. Don’t get me wrong, here: there is much, much personality injected into both the direction and cinematography in the pilot episode. The Deuce’s bread and butter, however, is its power to speak volumes in its character moments.
If you’re looking for something new to watch on Netflix, look no further than Freaks and Geeks. The show aired in America between 1999 and 2000 and now has a cult following, despite only having 18 episodes. The show, created by Paul Feig and executive produced by Judd Apatow features some of the most popular names in comedy today.
The model-turned-actress took part in Corden’s Drop The Mic segment and stole the show, when she dissed their shortness and claimed she’s dated better looking girls than they have. Cara then laid into Corden and jokingly slayed his Carpool Karaoke success.
The actor rocked a red spiked wig and Ziggy Stardust makeup on his 38th birthday.
James Franco has now admitted he’s “a little gay” – but is baffled as to why people care about his sexuality. Franco, above, told New York Magazine: “There is a bit of overfocusing on my sexuality… and so the first question is why do they care? Meanwhile, Franco, below playing Harvey Milk’s lover in the 2008 film Milk, also opened up about hosting the 2011 Academy Awards with Anne Hathaway, for which he was universally slammed.
If you enjoy the classic spoofs such as POLICE ACADEMY and AIRPLANE! then I think I’ve found the show for you. Rashida Jones takes the lead in new E4 cop comedy, ANGIE TRIBECA. With cameos from the likes of Bill Murray and James Franco, the series follows “Lone-wolf detective Angie Tribeca and a squad of committed LAPD detectives investigate the most serious cases, from the murder of a ventriloquist to a rash of baker suicides.” Summarises TBS. Written and produced by Steve and Nancy Carell, the duo spoke to Access Hollywood to discuss how the comedy was born.
It feels like a lifetime since we last visited Westeros but the wait is almost over, hopefully delivering the answer to the question on everyone’s lips: Is Jon Snow really dead? Josh Holloway hasn’t had much luck on the small screen since he starred as anti-hero Sawyer on Lost. Stephen King called it “smart, suspenseful, subversive”, and if it’s good enough for the King of Horror, it’s good enough for me.
Kink-obsessed James Franco is to direct and produce a film that chronicles a real-life Twitter story of a stripper and murder. The flick will be called Zola Tells All and is lifted from a tale told on the social gossip network by Aziah ‘Zola’ Wells. Aziah captivated the Internet by posting a 148-post Twitter account in October of a Florida road trip with her friend’s pimp that went horribly wrong.