From Lindsay Lohan to Riff Raff, No One is Safe in James Franco’s Cringe-Worthy New Book
According to its official description, this book sounds like the most James Franco thing that James Franco has done so far. Hollywood Dreaming “playfully blur[s] the line between reality and fiction,” to the extent that the actor “becomes a fascinating caricature of himself.”
take a look, shall we?
“I took James back to the bathroom.”
“You know why Amy put mirrors all around in here?”
“So you can watch yourself f–k”
“He didn’t f–k me, that shit.”
Milk costar Sean Penn, James writes:
“In Milk, you were such/ A fine homo. And when/ You and I kissed/ On Castro Street, it was for a full minute./ Your beard was like my father’s.”
Really didn’t expect that Freudian ending there! You get one point for that plot twist, James.
Riff Raff as “this jokester-style mutha-funker/ Who raps…In his clownish way, he’s a good rhymer.” If you’ll recall, James sparked some minor beef with the rapper when he co-opted Riff Raff’s image for his character in Spring Breakers.
So, what do you think? Would you pick up a copy of Hollywood Dreaming, or has James Franco taken the joke (“joke” meaning himself, unfortunately) too far? Let us know in the comments below!