James Franco at the “Wish I Was Here” New York Screening

Posted on July 15, 2014

You wouldn’t believe how much we’re restraining ourselves here. Trust us when we say, we could go OFF.

 

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But instead we’re just going to calmly tell James that he needs to turn around and go home. Because he looks like an ASSHOLE.

Sorry, we’ll start again.

Look, we don’t expect him – or any star, really – to be “on” 24/7 and to show up at all events dressed to the nines. It’s unrealistic, especially when you consider that there are plenty of events, such as screenings in New York City, where the dress is code is decidedly casual. But we refuse to believe that we’re being harsh when we demand that male stars dress better than the average Walmart employee when they’re making public appearances. You want to wear jeans? Fine. But they have to be clean and they have to fit. You want to wear sneakers? Fine. But you can’t wear a T-shirt. That’s the Rubicon right there. If you’re showing up somewhere and you know you’re going to be photographed in front of a movie poster or step-and-repeat, than you shoot a little higher than “I’ll go pick up the pizza if you guys kick in.”

And that jacket looks cheap.

 

 

 

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