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What—did you think James Franco wasn't going to team up with director Christina Voros to film a documentary about Italian megabrand Gucci and its creative director, Frida Giannini? You're so weird.

That was always going to happen, because James Franco.

In other Vital Franco News, James Franco would, "under the right circumstances," have sex onscreen. So, for all of you who have been wondering if James Franco would be willing to have real sex onscreen for your Untitled James Franco Sexytimes Project, the answer is: MAYBE!
"I'd say under the right circumstances. There are a lot of circumstances," he said, with co-director [of Interior. Leather Bar.] Travis Mathews by his side. "Who's involved? Both behind-the-scenes, behind the camera, in front of the camera."

..."It's hard to put certain kinds of sex in film," Franco said. "Now, I could sort of understand that if it wasn't so easy to put other kinds of things in film, like violence. Obviously, there's some weird standard here that is just illogical."
I was going to make a respectful joke thanking Professor Franco of Necessary Observations at Priorities University, but then I realized that I do have a life that sometimes requires not documenting every single piece of Vital Franco News, and there is a strong possibility that I missed he is actually employed as a Professor of Necessary Observations at Priorities University, and wouldn't that make me look silly.

[H/T to my friend Todd for the Gucci link.]

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