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James Franco Gets Trapped Under A Mini-Fridge!


Calamity struck at “The Daily Show” yesterday, when actor James Franco went looking for a Snickers bar … and a mini-fridge fell on his arm, trapping him in the green room. Watch as James, much like his “127 Hours” character, attempts to cut his own arm off with a spork — until Jon Stewart steps in, of course. [Pop Eater] Keep reading »

Surprise! James Franco Is Squeamish

“I admit that I get a little queasy, especially when it comes to blood around my arms. When I go to the doctor for a checkup and they draw blood, I admit, I’m not good at that at all. … [But] when I watched that scene, I was fine.”

James Franco explains that even though he feels faint at the sight of blood, he didn’t have trouble filming or watching the infamous scene in “127 Hours” where he amputates his own arm. Others haven’t handled the scene so well. There have been many reports of people fainting, vomiting, and having panic attacks during screenings. Fun? [People] Keep reading »

James Franco’s Grandma Has A (Belated) Christmas Message


James Franco spent the holiday weekend with his family, including his part-Jewish, Santa-loving Grandma, who had a message for those people who are scared of seeing “127 Hours.” Keep reading »

Trailer Park: “Due Date,” “127 Hours,” “Welcome To The Rileys,” “For Colored Girls,” “Megamind”

You spent last week partying, so you might as well give your liver a break and take it easy this weekend. Plus, you’ve got to start training for Thanksgiving and popcorn is kinda like a packing-peanut-esque expander for your tummy! I’ve been “training” for months and can already eat two pies in one sitting, so you’ve got some competition. Perhaps equally important, though, is the fact that there are some really great movies coming out this weekend. Keep reading »

“127 Hours” Leads To Faintings, Seizures, And Panic Attacks

You couldn’t pay me to go see director Danny Boyle’s new movie, “127 Hours,” which stars James Franco as a rock climber who gets trapped under a boulder and has to amputate his own arm. Apparently, the movie gets pretty gruesome—a Daily Mail reviewer called it “the most harrowing bone-breaking and amputation scene in the history of cinema.” Not that I can think of any others. But what’s truly crazy is the number of people who have passed out, vomited, or had seizures during preview screenings. Keep reading »

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