Franco turns bad into gold with Globe for 'Disaster Artist'

Franco turns bad into gold with Globe for 'Disaster Artist'

Darren Sullivan
January 9, 2018

The quirky star, 39, brought Tommy Wiseau, the director he plays in the film about a real-life film, up onto the stage on Sunday, January 7, for a rambling speech in which he thanked his longtime friend Seth Rogen and well as his brother and costar, Dave Franco. One of those people was Ally Sheedy, who tweeted from an unverified account.

Franco spoke about Wiseau's inspiration: "I won't wait for Hollywood, I'll make my own movie", Franco quoted Wiseau as saying 19 years ago.

While Mariah Carey's bodycon black dress had tongues wagging on the red carpet, it was James Franco that was hot topic of conversation inside The Beverly Hilton for the 75th Golden Globe Awards. Tbt to me speaking up for myself and other women on a franco set and immediately getting called a diva, told I was "out of line", and publicly humiliated by the producer.

Wiseau also spoke with the Times, praising the film and Franco.

James Franco was yet another actor who went home with an award.

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Sheedy added: "Why is a man hosting?"

While one wrote: 'Hugh Jackman's reaction to James Franco is everything. he was robbed.#GoldenGlobes'. But James Franco, in a single gesture, at the microphone, reminded all of us it's really just a fantasy'.

Franco in 2014 directed Sheedy in an Off-Broadway production of "The Long Shrift", Vulture reported. This was in reference to an incident when James Franco tried to pick up a 17-year-old girl on Instagram in 2014.

This isn't the first time Franco has caused controversy. He allegedly offered to rent a room to spend time with the "almost 18"-year-old. I used bad judgement and I learned my lesson".

When another user suggested to Tither-Kaplan that she had no right to complain about doing the nude scenes after she signed a contract, Tither-Kaplan responded that the Time's Up initiative is created to fight abuses of power by male directors and producers.