Did you enjoy Freaks and Geeks, but have issue with "Oz"? Time to tell James Franco to his face.
The Peninsula-bred actor, director, producer, writer, student and all-around busier-than-you-guy -- whose experiences growing up in Palo Alto led to his 2010 book, "Palo Alto" -- will mix with the public prior to his appearance at the Castro Theatre a week from Sunday, 7X7 notes.
Franco is a man of many movies but also, increasingly, books -- and his new tome combines the two. He's on-scene on Sunday, Oct. 27, to talk about Actors Anonymous: "his first full-length novel about being inducted into Hollywood's celebrity circle," as the magazine describes it.
Franco will answer questions about his turn as the self-amputating mountain climber Aron Ralston in "127 Hours," as well as teaching filmmaking at NYU and USC.
He'll also answer them from you -- provided you nab a premium ticket, prices for which range from $75 to $95.
"Consider this event," says the magazine, which also recommends you read "at least a few passages" of Franco's book before trying to talk to him about it, "our very own live version of Inside the Actor's Studio."
Actor's, director's, writer's -- Franco's.