Because we don't see enough of him already, a James Franco documentary is in the works. TheWrap reports that Franco: A Documentary, which follows a year in the professional and personal life of the actor, is near completion.
The project, from first-time director and producer Lisa Vangellow, began filming in June 2013 and focuses on Franco's bizarre career in academia, art, film and Broadway. Franco's family and close friends will appear in the documentary, including Seth Rogen and Klaus Biesenbach, curator of New York's Museum of Modern Art.
Curtis Clayton, who is also working on Franco's upcoming film Bukowski, has signed on to edit the film.
Will you watch the documentary or do you have Franco fatigue?
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