If there's an actor in Hollywood that's harder to figure than James Franco, then do let us know.
In a latest turn of events, the actor/editor/student/artist/poet appears to have fallen foul of his neighbours, who are claiming that he's running a major production company from his house.
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The couple who live next door to him in Silver Lake, Los Angeles, say they are besieged by a 'constant stream' of people going to and from the 1920s compound, rumoured to have been built by director DW Griffith.
In an email to Curbed Los Angeles, the neighbours explained: “At first, my partner and I were pleased to have Mr. Franco living next door. His work in 'Milk' and his academic pursuits made us happy he was on our street. That is no longer the case.”
They go on to question whether he actually lives there – he reportedly paid $775,000 for the property last year – and are now angry with filmRead More »from The weird world of James Franco