Remembering Annapolis

James Franco walked the street of Toronto depressed after finding out that the Cumberland Theatre was running screenings of his critically panned movie Annapolis. The sight of the movie poster on a nearby wall brought back horrible memories for Franco about a time when he was motivated more by commerce than the need to create meaningful art. The modern day renaissance man worked tirelessly to block the memory of Annapolis, and spent most of the day at some of the city's more obscure museums in an attempt to rid himself of those awful memories. He is currently visiting the Bata Museum of Shoe History.


  1. Anonymous7.9.10

    This is more like it!

  2. Anonymous7.9.10

    ummmm....and then this is what else jf did today. or at least i assume he did....yeah i'm sure he did.