I'm not really that altogether surprised that James Franco admitted to having a sex tape in some round table discussion among Oscar nominees, are you? He likes keeping the attention on himself and if he has to use his body to do it, James has proven time and time again he will. (Great ass, huh?) After all, he's got a thing for rubber penis noses. What I am surprised about, though - besides how I haven't seen it - is how funny the silver fox on-screen is who keeps "uh-huh-ing" and "right-ing" everyone. Actor says something. Uh-huh. Actor says something else. "Right. Right."
Baby? When James Franco looks into your eyes and tells you he made a sex tape at nineteen, don't "uh-huh" him. Really. Cut Nicole Kidman off first, if you have to, but don't silence Franco:
"I think if anybody who has made a home sex tape knows, what feels best doesn't always look best [laughter]. I remember when I was 19 doing that, and then watching it back and thinking, oh, that looks horrible. So what Nicole is talking about, yeah, you have a lot of respect for those actors in pornography, because they are really not just doing it, they're really selling it."
I really have a lot of respect for those actors in pornography, too. Especially nineteen-year-old ones who seem especially open with their pasts. And their butt cheeks. (We wish!)
(This, btw, is from "Whatever It Takes," a 2000 comedy-slash-drama-slash-romance-slash-buddy pic-slash-anything you want starring a young James Franco in a g-string, that the camera seems reluctant to film. Fuckers. H/T: Fleshbot)