James Franco has a new movie project in the works that is sure to create some buzz – get the details on Zola Tells All!
The movie will be based on a Rolling Stone article published in November titled “Zola Tells All: The Real Story Behind the Greatest Stripper Saga Ever Tweeted,” according to Variety.
Azia “Zola” Wells went on a wild road trip to Florida and wrote 148 tweets about all the crazy details of her trip, which included a hustler being murdered and her friend’s boyfriend jumping from a four-story window.
“It reads like Spring Breakers meets Pulp Fiction, as told by Nicki Minaj,” the Rolling Stone writer David Kushner said.
James will direct and produce the film. No word yet on the cast!
Dave Franco sports red hair while filming a scene for his upcoming film The Disaster Artist on Friday (January 22) in Los Angeles.
The 30-year-old actor was joined on set by his brother James, who not only stars in the film but also serves as the director. The two were barely recognizable in their drastic costumes for the thriller comedy.
“We loved the sound of the English New Wave, especially The Smiths. The album was meant to reflect that, but with our own twists,” James said in a statement. “The experiences of youth play so well into this sound. ‘Lime Green Dress’ is about the terror and frisson of losing one’s innocence to the bad boy.”
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James Franco and Sarah Gadon chat up their new mini-series, 11.22.63, during the 2016 Television Critics Association Winter Tour held at Langham Hotel on Saturday morning (January 9) in Pasadena, Calif.
The two stars were joined by T.R. Knight and Josh Duhamel as they premiered the trailer for the upcoming show, which centers on a teacher who travels back in time to try to prevent the assassination of John F. Kennedy.
“I wasn’t alive when it happened, but it’s a big event,” James shared on the panel. “It’s sort of become, in a weird way, legend for my generation where it feels like Marilyn Monroe or James Dean. But in fact it was this horrific event. I thought this story and approach was so great because it’s a fresh way in.”
He added, “We’re not exactly telling a history lesson … You get to learn everything all over again, but from a completely fresh perspective we haven’t really seen before. It’s a way to guide a new generation into what happened.”
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