Franco famously told Howard Stern that he kindly turned down Lindsay Lohan's advances. Here, he talks monogamy, marriage, and what movie he finds sexy.[Laughs] Yeah. When he's completely uninhibited both with what he does and what he says, then he reveals a being full of intelligence who moves like a dancer and speaks like a poet. I was shy, but I had a girlfriend named Jasmine my last two years. Laura Mulvey's "Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema." It argues that classic Hollywood put the spectator in a masculine subject position, with the figure of the woman on-screen as the object of desire and "the male gaze."My parents stayed married their entire lives.
I was lucky to have someone who stuck around like that. A lot of that came out of the fact that they both had great and intense interests and they somehow worked out ways to pursue what they loved while being supportive of each other.
Yet Jay Baruchel, who turns 33 on April 9, maintains a shockingly low profile for a star of his caliber, residing in a modest house in Montreal and mostly avoiding the glitz and glamour of Tinseltown..
“[Montreal] is the best city in the world, in my opinion, and there’s no better place for me to spend my time.
At its sharpest, the script by Rogen and Evan Goldberg, who co-wrote "Superbad," recalls what made "Superbad" worth seeing: the sidewinding conversational riffs, the wordplay.
When Dale explains to his dealer that he's a process server, he replies, "You're a servant? " As written, that line could go either way, but Franco—fully invested in this doper's doper—makes it sing.
The "Pineapple Express" actor has popped the question to his longtime girlfriend, writer and actress Lauren Miller, according to Life & Style Weekly."He surprised her with the proposal," a friend of Rogen's told the mag, adding that Miller "started giving up hope that he would ever pop the question." The couple, both 28, who have been dating since 2004, reportedly became engaged last week after returning home from a trip visiting family in Boston."Her family adores him; everyone is thrilled to plan a wedding," the source added.
Not since the cinematic cannabis heyday of Jeff Spicoli ("Fast Times at Ridgemont High," 1982) and "Withnail & I" (1987) has a fully baked stoner come to such worthy comic life on-screen.Rogen co-starred as Steve Wozniak in Universal's Steve Jobs biopic in 2015.magazine, Clarke wasn't afraid to get real about the annoyances of dating someone in the public eye."Well, a con is you have strangers giving you love-life advice like, 'I'm a big fan of the show, and I'm not sure what you're doing with that guy,' which I didn't react well to," she explained.In its gleefully befogged first hour, " Pineapple Express" seems to be onto something new: It's a marijuana comedy that keeps shuffling genres, like a stoned blackjack dealer.James Franco is blissfully funny as Saul, the supplier who finds himself running for his barely cognizant life with steady customer Dale, played by Seth Rogen. (He proudly sports a high school girl's wristwatch.) They're running because Dale witnessed a drug-related murder and then dropped a precious joint at the scene of the crime.In 2007, he told USA Today, "I have a girlfriend who is far prettier than I should have," he's said.