According to new reports from The Wrap, a documentary following the life of James Franco is nearing completion.
The project will take viewers behind the scenes into the actor’s professional lifestyle as well as his “notoriously secretive social circle.”
Filming for the documentary began back in June 2013 with first-time director Lisa Vangellow spearheading the project, and also acting as a producer for the documentary. Aptly titled Franco: A Documentary, the documentary will focus on the actor’s “controversial exploits n academia and the art world, as well as touch on his conventional film career and Broadway debut.”
Vangello was given exclusive access to Franco’s family and close friends. Rumored to appear in the documentary are Klaus Biesenbach, curator of New York’s Museum of Modern Art, and fellow actor, comedian Seth Rogen (This is the End). According to sources close to the production, Biesenbach and Rogen are rumored to be among multiple other Hollywood insiders and stars to make a cameo in the documentary.
Franco: A Documentary is said to be in the early stages of editing. No studio is attached to the documentary yet, but we’ll keep you updated as more information is available.