Production has started in Los Angeles on James Franco's The Disaster Artist, with Zac Efron signing on for a cameo role
James Franco just got a neck tattoo of former co-star Emma Watson, but don't worry, it's temporary.
15 years after his cult classic TV series Freaks and Geeks went off the air, James Franco will reprise his Daniel Desario role for Making a Scene.
Bryan Cranston will star as a father who surprises his daughter at college, where he meets her new billionaire boyfriend in the comedy Why Him?
James Franco has signed on to star The Wire creator David Simon's porn series The Deuce, which was given a pilot order at HBO.
Robert Duvall stars as a wealthy Texas man who is being investigated in a 15-year-old missing persons case in the trailer for Wild Horses.
Jonah Hill plays a reporter who has his first interaction with an accused killer played by James Franco in a new clip from True Story.
James Franco is in talks to star in Why Him?, which follows a father who gets into a competition with his daughter's billionaire boyfriend.
J.J. Abrams' Bad Robot and Stephen King will produce 11/22/63 for Hulu, based on the time traveling adventure novel of the same name.
James Franco is set to star in and direct the adaptation In Dubious Battle, with Bryan Cranston, Selena Gomez and more joining the cast.
James Franco stars as a killer who assumes the identity of a disgraced reporter in the first trailer for True Story.
James Franco and Seth Rogen have pulled out of all media appearances in light of a terrorist threat aimed at The Interview.
Based on actual events depicted in Michael Finkel's book, True Story follows the relationship between a reporter and a killer.
The life of Pulitzer Prize-winning poet C.K. Williams is retold in a new trailer for The Color of Time, from producer James Franco.
James Franco is starring in and directing Zeroville, with Seth Rogen, Will Ferrell, Megan Fox and Jacki Weaver joining the cast.
Fans will be able to watch director James Franco's Saturday Night on Hulu Plus starting Friday, September 26th.
Seth Rogen co-directs and stars as a producer tasked with killing a North Korean dictator in The Interview, also starring James Franco.
An talk show host and his producer are tasked with killing a North Korean leader in the action-comedy The Interview.
Author Chuck Palahniuk reveals he just finalized a deal for James Franco to option the book, with casting news and release date forthcoming.
James Franco reenacts scenes from some of your favorite movies in the new AOL web series Making a Scene, debuting September 17th.