Because of his starring roles in buzzy films like "Spring Breakers" and "Oz the Great and Powerful," you may think that James Franco is having a moment. But of course the epic multitasker -- straddling Hollywood, the art world and the Ivy League -- is always having a moment.

The actor/professor/artist/pilot/student/blogger/Warholian icon is featured in the latest issue of Bullett Magazine, opening up to Nick Haramis on the method behind his madness. The Franco-on-Franco session produced some truly quotable moments, from insightful to egotistical, as well as some dashing painterly portraits by photographer Frederik Heyman.

Take a look at Franco's best comments about the subject he knows and loves best: himself. Let us know your thoughts in the comments.

via Bullett

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  • "Do you think that I come off as not humble?"

  • "Truly, I couldn’t give a shit about the people who still question my sexuality. If they want to say that I’m gay, I really don’t care."

  • "I put out a lot of different kinds of material, and maybe people read that as egotistical. Or maybe, since a lot of it does involve some aspect of me, they find it self-aggrandizing. But there’s a long tradition of artists using themselves. Look, I know I’m not perfect. And, who knows, maybe a part of it has to do with self-obsession. But it’s also about using this weird thing that is a public persona as raw material for creative projects."

  • "It’s about appropriation. It’s about playing with different personae. It’s about being silly or wearing a stupid mask. It’s about engaging with the world around me. Maybe all of these things are portraits of what we’re into now and my take on it."

  • "...There are parallels between what Oz did and what I do as a creative person."

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