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If we be anything at this very moment, it would be a fly on Kanye West’s dressing room wall. Just days after he unveiled his paradigm-shifting music video for “Bound 2,” starring he and fiance Kim Kardashian, James Franco and Seth Rogen have made jest of the art piece with “Bound 3″. We’re sitting tight hoping the short will open the floodgates for another Yeezus Twitter tirade.
Compared to his previous modeling endeavors, which include dressing in drag for Candy and showing his bare ass on the cover of Flaunt, this is pretty tame. It’s also the most humble we’ve ever seen someone look while driving a red convertible and wearing $300 sunglasses.
Ever since her teenaged turn in Mermaids, we’ve loved Winona Ryder emoting in all black. Lucky for us, she does that a lot. Pretty much all the time. Last night was no different, as the saucer-eyed starlet came to a New York screening of The Iceman in an all-black brocade number that flattered her diminutive frame.
Our royal gal is at it again.
In honor of Harmony Korine‘s vibrant and violent flick (and much buzzed about) Spring Breakers coming out this week, and in memoriam of season two of Girls, which ended last weekend, we’ve got a hilarious mashup for you.
Oz the Great and Powerful dominated the box office this weekend, raking in $80 million nationwide in ticket sales, but it could never have come to be if Judy Garland hadn’t donned ruby slippers and tapped her heels three times nearly 75 years ago. The Wizard of Oz has had no shortage of on-screen interpretations, but we’re taking a look at three of its best: the Disney film in theaters now, 1978′s Motown/Michael Jackson version The Wiz, and the original 1939 flick that started it all.
Pretty soon, Oz will be the great, the powerful, and the ubiquitous. A whole horde of companies are collaborating with Disney’s latest film and releasing lines inspired by the movie’s characters.
The Biebs seems to have taken an issue with a recent James Franco video; plus homage to Kate Moss, Stephenie Meyer’s next move (in case you were worried), and more.
Although R.E.M. technically broke up over a year ago, the video for “Blue” was just released. Directed by jack-of-all-trades James Franco, the grainy vid filled with landscape shots of Los Angeles stars none other than Lindsay Lohan.
Renaissance man James Franco is at it again with a new campaign video called “Vampires” for 7 For All Mankind. It’s the latest in his Episodes of an Untitled Film series for the denim brand and features Charlotte Free and Henry Hopper in all their blood-sucking, orgy-inspired, hedonistic glory. Who knew jeans could do that to a person?
At this point, we can pretty much all agree that James Franco is a weird kid. A very well educated kid, but a weird one nonetheless. And the actor/lecturer/artist has taken one more step to prove his own weirdness with the major difference in his two fall magazine covers: one that shows him in all his cosmopolitan, fashion-y glory, and another that just shows his bare ass.
Today’s StyleDish brings us James Franco’s plans for a museum of “non-visible” art (how will we know it’s there if it’s invisible?), men wearing nothing but strategically placed ties, and a fatal warning to obsessive video gamers.
Because we as a society have given James Franco a free pass to do whatever he damn well pleases, the actor (and artist, et al) thought it would be a good idea to shoot a spread for a high-fashion magazine. And it turns out he was kinda right.
If there are two people that we’re totally sick of, it’s probably Terry Richardson and Lindsay Lohan. We wish Terry would stop being such a ubiquitously boring creep, and that Lindsey would get her life together and return to her Mean Girls-era glory. In the mean time, we’d rather they both just shy away from the spotlight. This is clearly not something either of them like to do.
The March issue of Harper’s Bazaar just won’t quit…and it hasn’t even hit newsstands yet. In addition to pieces on Kim and Liz, Prabal and DVF, Daphne and Hillary, the magazine also features an interview James Franco conducted with his friend Frida Giannini.
There are magazine covers and then there are magazine covers, and Vanity Fair‘s March issue one is definitely the latter.
We always wondered how magazines within the same publishing houses avoided putting the same celeb on the same cover in the same month. And we found out this morning that at Conde Nast, it’s Graydon Carter‘s way or the highway.
GQ‘s annual Men of the Year issue always features famous guys who are given different monikers of awesomeness. This year, James Franco shines as the magazine’s Leading Man. And we certainly can’t say he doesn’t deserve it, especially given all the hard work he’s done (and the little bits of drag he’s left floating around on the Internet). But what gives us pause is the clothing — or relative lack thereof — that Franco is wearing in his cover shot. Unlike the other three formally dressed cover stars, Franco assumes a rather casual pose in a rumpled red t-shirt from Armani Exchange.
This morning, we showed you James Franco dressed in drag for the cover of transversal style magazine, Candy. And while the cover photo (and stills shown in the accompanying video) were great, we now have photos of Franco’s spread inside the glossy — which, yes, were shot by Terry Richardson.