An American Affair
Disappearing in America
James Franco recently added soap opera star and Oscar host to his resume, and now he would like to add "director," as well. EW reports that Franco is interested in directing two adaptations of literary works: William Faulkner's 1930 novel As I Lay Dying and Cormac McCarthy's 1985 Western Blood Meridian. Franco's plan is to shoot the Faulkner movie this summer, with the McCarthy adaptation to follow in 2012. "I think they go together, though," Franco admitted. "I think McCarthy is really influenced by Faulkner."
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