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  1. 'True Blood' Actor Joins 'Of Mice and Men' Cast (Exclusive)

    11:41 am PST 02/06/2014
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    Jim Parrack will appear opposite James Franco, Chris O'Dowd and Leighton Meester in Anna D. Shapiro's Broadway revival of the John Steinbeck classic. READ MORE

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  2. 'As I Lay Dying' Star Ahna O'Reilly Praises Director James Franco

    12:59 pm PDT 10/22/2013
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    "He is actually hands off, collaborative would be the number one word I would give to him and his style," says Ahna. "He wants to know what everyone thinks, he wants input, to me it was like doing theater." READ MORE

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  3. James Franco's 'As I Lay Dying' Bypassing Theaters for VOD

    5:01 pm PDT 09/25/2013
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    Franco directed, co-wrote and starred in the drama based on William Faulkner's novel. READ MORE

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  4. James Franco Talks Fiction Release 'A California Childhood': 'It's Slightly Unconventional' (Q&A)

    9:55 am PDT 08/16/2013
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    The actor explains how his writing pursuits helped him strategically adapt William Faulkner's "As I Lay Dying" for the big screen. READ MORE

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  5. 2013: The Awards Season of the Actor-Director? (Analysis)

    4:24 pm PDT 08/04/2013
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    An unusually high number of this year's awards season releases were directed by people best known as actors, including Joseph Gordon-Levitt, James Franco, Sarah Polley, Jason Bateman and George Clooney, writes THR's awards analyst. READ MORE

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  6. Live From Cannes: Todd McCarthy's Favorite Films So Far

    1:41 pm PDT 05/22/2013
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    THR's chief film critic Todd McCarthy joins THR's awards analyst Scott Feinberg to discuss his favorite films at the festival so far. READ MORE

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  7. As I Lay Dying: Cannes Review

    10:26 am PDT 05/20/2013
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    James Franco's adaptation of William Faulkner’s novel about an impoverished Mississippi family premiered in the Un Certain Regard section. READ MORE

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