Hardly Surprised: James Franco Has Sex With Himself In This Clip
James Franco has been, for a very long time now, swinging between the very delicately balanced scale of the bizarre and being a plain attention whore.
But no matter what he's very hard not to like, probably because there's something very genuine and effortless about his egotism and wackiness, as in it's easier to believe that he really is weird instead of just someone who seeks recognition by any means possible.
Franco proved time and time again that he can basically portray anyone: from the Freaks and Geeks rebel and outcast Daniel Desario to his more 'sinister' and serious role in the latest Canadian movie True Story. Regardless of his ability to be able to take on mature and somber roles it has been proven time and time again that comedy is more his element. And you know what is the oddest thing about it all? That oftentimes when Franco assumes those ridiculous personas it can be genuinely hard to say who does he make fun of: himself or his viewers. Bottom line is that Franco is very good at messing with us, which is why we should take everything he does with a grain of salt.
In his latest endeavour to either shock or entertain the masses (perhaps both) James Franco is the lead in the AOL series Making a Scene with James Franco.
The premise of the show is Franco creating parodies of our favourite and most iconic TV shows... With the genre-crossing element thrown in!
For the upcoming second season he did a mashup of Breaking Bad and and Sex in the City, possibly creating the most unattractive Carrie Bradshaw version to date. Ugh... To make matters... err... More interesting... James Franco has sex with himself... Admit it, you've wondered if that's what he secretly always wanted to do.
I have to be honest - there's a little part inside me that can't help but wonder why... But meh...
Other mashups include Game of Thrones, Gossip Girl, and Friends.
If you ever get tired of watching James Franco 'mock' himself and the entertainment industry you can always read Franco's self-interviews which are exactly what they sound like, right here.