At Tribeca, the two King of Comedy stars go at each other.
Like that time he played Miranda's lying lover on Sex and the City.
The Rocket was the big winner.
"I’d work with Nic [Cage] again in a heartbeat."
"That’s your decision to spend the rest of your life with somebody. Why should all of your friends then have to jump through hoops?"
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"I spent my formative years as kind of a wallflower ... wondering how am I ever going to make my dreams come true."
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"I would love for him to remain the lovable douchebag that he is."
"It’s pretty groovy that something is already getting meta-meta-meta critical responses to it."
"When I found that Adam Sandler had snatched up the rights to the movie, I was so bummed!"
"It's not my favorite area."
"That was a joke!"
James Franco and Ian Olds on Francophrenia, Lip-Synching to Selena Gomez, and ‘Superficial’ Bloggers
"When I do something else, their comments are just completely uninformed and stupid."
If James Van Der Beek asks, at least.
"I guess the rule is, if I'm in a film with Jesse, I have to show my butt."
"It's not Goodfellas, it's not The Godfather, it's not set in the usual place, and they're not ethnically based."
"It's a little bizarre to have people commenting on things you're doing as you're doing them."
"I think it’s a slavery."
"He started my career as an actor ... he discovered me."
Plus, where he is with The Muppets and his CBS pilot.
"It's supposed to be about people who are a disaster and privileged."
From Keep the Lights On to Searching for Sugar Man.
On April 28.
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