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James Franco is no stranger to Sundance, and this past week, he premiered two films at the film festival: True Storywhere he stars as an accused murderer who steals the identity of a disgraced journalist Jonah Hilland I Am Michaelwhere he plays real-life figure Michael Glatze, a former gay activist who leaves his boyfriend Zachary Quinto behind after declaring himself straight and becoming a pastor. The latter film has gotten audiences talking, especially since it touches on the sort of hot-button issues of sexuality that Franco often seems compelled to. What is it about the gay experience that you relate to so strongly?
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Carving a reputation as the pre-eminent renaissance man of a new generation in Hollywood, James Franco's boundless intellectual curiosity and artistic drive has seen his resume's eclecticism grow in leaps and bounds, spreading wider in search of new forms of art. His dabbling in sculpture, musicdigital multimedia, literature, non-visible art and the pursuit of knowledge itself is supported, of course, by his acting career, which in and of itself has become a sort of platform for experimentation. Starting out a television actor on "Freaks and Geeks," he is now the face of major film franchises, including last week's smash hit "Rise of the Planet of the Apes," but his strong indie film credits -- including an Oscar nomination for last year's " Hours" -- make obvious that his ultimate interest is in cinema less bound by commercial consideration and codes of public morality.
More or less, anyway. After mashing up famous movie scenes in season one, Franco and his collaborators including, in several episodes, Alicia Silverstone are tackling TV shows this time out. In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Franco discusses the genesis of the project, how to make a good mashup and revisiting his Freaks and Geeks character.