Hollywood responded with outrage on Wednesday after Sony canceled the release of "The Interview," scheduled for Dec. 25. But the film's stars, Seth Rogen and James Franco, have remained silent since preemptively nixing all press appearances on Tuesday.
Franco (or "Flacco," if you're Obama telling the nation that Sony made a "mistake") has been a busy boy. The actor/writer/director/poet hasn't let Sony's decision -- which could set a deeply troubling precedent for future films and freedom of expression -- slow him down.
Here's what James Franco has been up to since Sony canceled "The Interview":
1. He saw Emma Stone on Broadway in "Cabaret."
— James Franco (@JamesFrancoTV) December 17, 2014
2. He celebrated Hanukkah with Lady Gaga.
3. He partied with Marina Abramovic, Courtney Love and MoMA PS1 director Klaus Biesenbach.
4. He promoted his other film, "Don Quixote: The Ingenious Gentleman of La Mancha."
5. He turned the tables on a paparazzo.
6. He made a cameo for the final episode of "The Colbert Report."