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Franco has also directed two adaptations of William Faulkner novels: 2014’s “The Sound and the Fury,” which played at the Venice and Toronto Film Festivals, and 2013’s “As I Lay Dying.” Franco was last seen in Sony’s “The Interview,” which he exec produced.
and then came to New York to go to school for two years.
Born James Edward Franco on 19th April, 1978 in Palo Alto, California, USA and educated at Palo Alto High School, he is famous for Freaks and Geeks in a career that spans 1997–present.
April 2006 - Present James Franco and Ahna O'Reilly began seeing each other in 2006.
While the couple remain tight-lipped about their relationship, they continue to appear together at red carpet events.
As an actor, he's enjoyed a wildly varied career, from lowbrow comedy such as Pineapple Express to his Oscar-nominated performance in the drama 127 Hours, in 2011, to TV guest roles such as The Mindy Project and even having an arc on the soap opera General Hospital.
This may be his busiest year yet, with no fewer than 15 projects in various stages of production, according to IMDB, including The Adderall Diaries opposite Amber Heard and Forever Love with Mila Kunis.
Given all the work on his plate, it's remarkable how much time Franco has spent posting bedroom selfies and denying that he ever slept with Lindsay Lohan, despite him appearing on the troubled actress' 'sex-list' in April.
James Franco and Ahna O’Reilly are developing a movie version of Alex Marwood’s murder mystery “The Killer Next Door.” Franco and Vince Jolivette will produce through their Rabbit Bandini Productions, along with O’Reilly, who may take a lead acting role.
Marwood’s debut novel, “The Wicked Girls,” earned her the Edgar Award for paperback original.
“The Killer Next Door,” published last year, centers on six neighbors forced into an unlikely alliance without realizing that one of them is a killer who will do anything to protect his secret.
Franco and Jolivette have become prolific independent producers.
Franco directed and produced a pair of indie dramas this year — “In Dubious Battle,” based on John Steinbeck’s 1936 novel, with a cast that includes Franco, Selena Gomez, Robert Duvall, Ed Harris and Bryan Cranston; and “The Long Home,” based on William Gay’s coming-of-age story set in 1940s rural Tennessee, starring Franco, Josh Hutcherson and Zoe Levin.