Sounds Like James Franco "Really Didn’t Like" Making The SPIDER-MAN Trilogy?
When The Hollywood Reporter spoke with James Franco about his new time-traveling miniseries 11.22.63, the This Is The End star was asked whether or not there was anything he would like to go back in time and change about his life or career. In response, Franco seemingly revealed that he wasn’t quite fond of making Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man trilogy, in which he portrayed Harry Osborn opposite Tobey Maguire, though the actor never mentions the “series of movies” by name. So, check out exactly what he said down below.
Though you'll have to read between the lines here, hit the jump and check out James Franco expressing how he really felt about making a certain “series of movies” when he was younger
“I would say yes, there are certain things that you just would want to warn people about, but on the other hand, if I look back at just the small events of my own life, I know that sometimes the hardest things I had to go through or the most adverse things I had to experience are the things that changed me for the better,” James Franco told THR (via Uproxx) in response to the aforementioned question. “Just a really small example is, when I was younger, I did a series of movies that I really didn’t like. I worked really hard on them, but they weren’t movies that I cared about. And after they came out, I just felt so awful. So I could say, ‘oh, I would go back and not do those movies,’ but in fact by doing those movies, I realized, ‘oh, never make decisions based on career or what other people tell you anymore.’ Only do projects you care about, that you believe in, and that idea really just came out of having a bad experience on those movies.” What do you think?
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