The provocative director returns with a sunny stoner comedy starring Matthew McConaughey and Snoop Dogg. We talked to him about, well, everything.
We learned last week that the "Spring Breakers" party will continue in the form of a sequel to the 2013 sleeper hit. But the news was missing two chief elements that made the original such a sensation: James Franco and writer/director Harmony Korine.
"Shooters" will show from May 12 until June 21, 2014 at Gagosian Gallery New York. This isn't Korine's first foray into fine
As Wild Bunch's Vincent Maraval told Screen Daily, the new film will not be a "direct sequel" to 2013's "Spring Breakers
It's the time of year when critics release their lists of the year's best films. It feels like a competitive sport -- or a provocation, which all of these lists are, by nature. As in: "This is my list of the best films. If you don't agree, you're wrong."
That's how Franco's review ends, by the way -- with "You're welcome" -- and yet it's not even the most amazing part of his
Imitation is supposed to be the sincerest form of flattery. But what if you want to imitate someone so badly that you're willing to steal from them? Where does that fall on the sincerity meter?
There's a trend in actor-turned-director helmed films at Cannes this year, an impeccable direction of the people on screen. One of the clearest examples of this is James Franco's new feature film, As I Lay Dying.
When Ashley Benson and Vanessa Hudgens' characters don pink ski masks, they can shoot gangsters with impunity, shielded by
James Franco can be see in "Spring Breakers" and "Oz the Great and Powerful," both film in theaters now. "Late Show with