If you haven't heard by now - Seth Rogen and James Franco, have made a hilarious parody of the "Bound 2" music video, simply titled "Bound 3". Watch it side by side to the original above
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James Franco and Seth Rogen have made a hilarious parody video of Kanye West’s music video for his song “Bound 2.” The comedic duo’s video, titled “Bound 3,” has Franco playing the part of West while Rogen takes on Kim Kardashian’s role.
The beginning of the video opens with a message that says, "While on the set of their movie, The Interview, James Franco & Seth Rogen felt inspired to recreate their favorite new video. Shot. For. Shot." The video looks just like West’s video with the background scenery and Franco and Rogen riding on a motorcycle.
Franco took to Instagram to share his love for Rogen. The actor posted a screenshot of the two’s passionate kiss from the video with the caption, “#bound3 - I LOvE SETh.”
What will these two think of to parody next?
Oscar nominated actor James Franco has played the hero onscreen, and now he is one in real life to a young girl who recently suffered heartbreak. When he found out that one his fans, 15 year old Greta Pasqua, was depressed because her boyfriend had broken up with her, James came over to her to try to cheer her up. Not only did he have a good talk with her, but after finding out that Greta’s ex is Franco obsessed, James also came up with a way to get back at her ex. He told her to take a picture of the two of them sharing a sweet hug, post it on facebook and tell her ex to “eat his heart out”. Greta did as James suggested and now according to her father, Greta’s ex is starting to have second thoughts about the breakup.
Monday night, September 2 was the James Franco Roast on Comedy Central. Roast Master was none other than Seth Rogen, Franco’s long-time friend. Monday night’s lineup consisted of comedians: Nick Kroll, Jonah Hill, Sarah Silverman, Bill Hader, Natasha Leggero, Andy Samberg, Aziz Ansari, and Jeff Ross. A plethora of jokes ensued about Franco’s seemingly blazed Oscar Hosting, sexuality, and project choices, Hill’s weight, and the amount of Jew-dom on stage. Below are 10 of the best jokes from the night to ring in the Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashanah:
Seth Rogen: "Look at me doing all the talking while you sit there and do nothing. I feel like I'm co-hosting the Oscars with you."
Spring Breakers, set to hit theater nationwide on March 22nd, follows four party girl best friends on their ambitious quest to have the most epic, balls-to-the-wall spring break possible. In an attempt to save up enough money to get out of their boring college dorm, they hatch a plan to burglarize a fast food joint after a wild night of partying. They make it to spring break paradise only to have their plans come to a screeching halt when the girls, wearing only bikinis, are arrested on drug charges. Hungover and scared when they appear before the judge, an infamous drug and arms dealing rapper, Alien (James Franco), bails them out of jail. The foursome’s freedom comes with a catch though as Alien takes them under his wing, expecting the girls to carry out his dirty work in return for his good deed, leading them onto the craziest vacation they could’ve ever dreamed up.
R.E.M.'s latest and final much anticipated album, Collapse into Now, features a new song called "Blue." The song's video features Lindsay Lohan, as a Hollywood washed up actress frolicking and posing for fashion photographer Terry Richardson, directed by none other than Jack of all trades, James Franco.
The five minute-video displays shaky and out of focus Hollywood iconic hot spots like the Chateau Marmont and Roosevelt Hotel, where Lohan is being photographed after a typical night out on the town.
Franco also makes appearances in the video dressed in drag, cheekishly posing for the cameran donned in a blonde wig and red lipstick.
R.E.M. announced last year that after 31 years together, they're soon calling it quits.
Patti Smith, the Bohemian Queen, is adapting her memoir, Just Kids for the big screen. The book was released two-years ago and there’s been nothing but buzz about the roles of Smith and Robert Mapplethorpe (Smith’s partner) since the project was first announced.
Apparently, Ms. Smith has a pair of leads in mind and her choices might just surprise you – Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson. But, don’t judge, her reasoning is pretty spot on. Stewart is "not conventionally beautiful," and Pattinson is "a bit shy, and a bit stoic."
So, who else is in the running? She mentions Mia Wasikowska, and even suggests Saoirse Ronan. As for Mapplethorpe, we think James Franco could be a sweet match.
Any thoughts JB readers? Leave your comments below.
April 19, 1978, changed Hollywood when James Franco was born. Franco is truly a gem in Hollywood, with his dashing good looks, nonchalant attitude, and amazing acting capability. He keeps his private life out of the tabloids but keeps entertainment junkies on their toes with his amazing performances.
He made us laugh in Your Highness, a stoner comedy similar to his previous hit, Pineapple Express, where he played a pot dealer and gave us one of his most hilarious performances of his career. He took a more serious route when he played a rock climber in the acclaimed, 127 Hours, and made us cry and see how truly gifted he is as an actor and he was even nominated for an Academy Award for his performance as Aron Ralston.
Telling James Franco to be quiet is about as easy as making children eat their vegetables. Good thing in both cases, they manage to stay adorable and our sappy hearts would forgive them easily.
Coming from the unexpected success of Rise of the Planet of the Apes, Franco stopped by Conan O'Brien's late-night talk show (TBS) Tuesday night to have a little chat. Topic of choice? His acting career, first and foremost...and also his brief encounter with potential amateur porn.