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I think that's why audiences like him, because he's weird and he does all this stuff that's so fascinating and bizarre, but onscreen he seems like your silly friend you hang out with, who'd pull his pants down to make you laugh.
And he involves a ton of choreography performed by stunt doubles, which translates to a ton of sitting around for Franco.
Franco persuaded Camilla Belle and Summer Phoenix to star as asylum inmates, essentially as favors to him; family and friends of the production are helping out as extras.
There's no armada of climate-controlled Star Waggons out front; no brigade of PA's.
And sometimes I imagine it's a blast of bus exhaust.'" Tonight Franco busts out the smile in take after take.
"My character wants Bryan's blessing, but Bryan hates me and won't give it." Tensions between the two finally explode into slapstick violence – a punch to the kidneys, a "chicken-beak fist" karate move and, in the ridiculous phrasing of a French-accented estate manager played by Keegan-Michael Key, "evasive parkour!
"Among dramatic leading men on the Hollywood A list, Franco's comedy chops are unique: He's fantastic playing a heightened version of himself in .
He teaches at both universities and got confused for a moment.
"It's a total filmmaking class: In the fall, the writing students come up with a concept, and in the spring, I take over and we shoot it." The premise of would require," Franco says, "and because the idea of having inmates putting on a play opens up all sorts of unconventional casting possibilities, and you get all this crazy shit outside of the play." is an unmistakably shoestring production.