Ahead of his live gig at NYC’s iconic Webster Hall this Saturday, Nov. They’d actually seen me doing a pilot for The CW a year earlier, which was “The Selection.” It didn’t get picked up.
15 (buy tickets here), the happily married father-of-one gave us an inside look at his life and shares 12 things you never knew about him! I was the male lead in that, so they were kind of slightly familiar with my stuff and I think because I did that show, they didn’t really run me through all the hoops they’d normally do.
It – I’m assuming that Molly didn’t know who this person was. PJ: Somebody had been in their apartment who neither of them knew, and had taken a picture of themselves or an- and had a picture in their apartment and that picture was their Tinder photo? We have no common friends, uh, and I’ve never seen her before.” ALEX: Yeah, I mean, that must have been – It must have been very complicated. ALEX: Um, going back to Jennifer’s picture — you know, when you’re on a dating site, you are trying to basically summarize your personality in three photographs or whatever.
In the revamp, to hit TV screens in the US on June 18, The character originally played by Spelling is a lesbian who falls for a killer woman against the wishes of her over-protective mother and a jealous vampire ex.
As undoubtedly everyone remembers — right, everyone?
The "danger" in question is Pearl (Emily Meade), a photographer who also happens to be a "nightwalker" — which is what vampires prefer to be called these days, FYI.
And when rehearsal takes an erotic turn, with the three witches sucking on Leah's index finger as male students look on enviously, Franco blurts, "I did 2.0 either, but it bears the hallmarks of his omnivorous oeuvre, which now encompasses collections of poetry and short stories, art installations, gallery shows, a novel, EPs of recorded music, and half a dozen movies projects in various stages of post-production.
And as with much of Franco's work, it's daring in safe ways, allowing Lifetime to add a modicum of edginess to its lineup without issuing any of the challenges of, say, the genuinely transgressive But like an eager undergraduate drunk on queer theory and intersectional feminism, the actor-slash-you-name-it is threading a lot of big-idea notions regarding the historically disenfranchised into what will be seen as a wink-wink guilty pleasure.