Man-to-Man With James Franco

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  1. David Wise says:

    He must be playing a very young Ginsberg and will use a lot of makeup since there’s no physical resemblance. He’s an interesting actor.

  2. Great interview! I love him. I’m a woman who loves a good man and I find him fascinating, hilarious and extremely talented. Thanks!

  3. he is so sexy

  4. He’s so busy with so many projects that he hardly ever showed up to his film class at NYU, got a generous D minus, protested the grade, and got the instructor fired. Has Yale been warned?

  5. I love him even more after watching this. More than just a good man he is amazing.

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