"I mostly worked the cashier window at the drive-through."
Weisz would play a wicked witch.
Starting May 8.
The two will co-star in a new movie.
They can even take down helicopters.
Add "filming while biking" to your working list of James Franco skills.
Or maybe it's just terrible?
David Edelstein calls it "a cunning weave of low and high, regal and smutty, splendiferous and splattery."
"He didn't mind saying to me, 'You've got to get it together.'"
Does he succeed?
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"You heard it here first."
The great experiment comes to a close.
Franco has been tweeting and deleting again.
"Maybe I had low energy," he tells David Letterman. "I honestly played those lines as well as I could."
Franco's still in Oscar Mode.
At NYU this time.
Even Bruce Vilanch would approve, we hope.
"I mean, come on, I write for Bette Midler."
"I don't think he realized how big a deal it is to do it until he was actually confronted with it."
Anne Hathaway too!
And Kim Kelly would have gotten pregnant if the show had filmed a second season.
Molly Ringwald. You're so there.
But the Noah Baumbach film's still got Ben Stiller.
"You can say we failed. I'd say we still got 38 million people."