Sound Bite: James Franco – On Premiere in Tokyo
I don’t think I get jetlagged I just think I’m straight exhausted because I have not slept.
Sound Bite: James Franco – Reaction from fans in Tokyo
They, the fans there are very enthusiastic and so I didn’t see many until we went to the premiere and then there were a lot of people despite the fact that it was raining, but there was still a lot of people.
Sound Bite: James Franco –Touring around the world with the Film
Yes I did a little bit of touring on the second one and on this one I’m about to do a ton of touring.
Sound Bite: James Franco – Touring world with Film
Yes so I’m not quite sure how they worked that out on the schedule alls I know is that I go to all the most beautiful cities in Europe and I get to be there about ten hours. (talks) It’s such a tease.
Sound Bite: James Franco – Evolution of the film
Well I think its, it’s a outgrowth of the first two, everything’s that’s happened in part and part two uhm is building to a lot of what happens in part three you know especially with Harry you know he’s kind of left hanging at the end of part two he discovers his fathers secret lair and we assume that he’s going to go out for revenge and and he certainly does but it changes from there its not exactly what you expect is it. I mean Harry is a villain but he also becomes more of a good guy at one point uh and he becomes and he reverts back to the old Harry that uhm that was not influenced by his father. What he would have been like had he not, had his life not been ruined by his father and…
Sound Bite: James Franco
Right well Sam, that’s very deliberate and Sam’s I think very smart to that because uhm it draws you in, he treats this movie like character piece its not going to be black and white they’re going to be very compelling characters and that, that holds true for the villains as well as the he
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