I had the opportunity to catch up with James Franco and Travis Matthews this week to chat about the public's reaction to Interior. Leather Bar., their intentions behind making it to begin with, how gay sex will save American cinema, and much more.
The recent press coverage swirling around James Franco's latest opus, Interior. Leather Bar., has evoked memories of my own conflicting contributions to Franco's inspiration, when I looked forward to performing oral sex on Al Pacino in Central Park.
As bizarre and seemingly out-of-nowhere as it is for Franco to make a film exploring William Friedkin's controversial 1980 film Cruising, his calling on Mathews to assist in such an endeavor seemed somehow symbiotic.