James Franco digitally removed from Vanity Fair cover
After the allegations against "The Disaster Artist" surfaced, he was digitally removed from the cover.
James Franco has been digitally removed from the cover of Vanity Magazine. Franco, who is facing multiple allegations of sexual misconduct, sat for an Annie Leibovitz photo shoot and gave an interview for the magazine's annual Hollywood Portfolio, according to The Hollywood Reporter. But after the allegations against "The Disaster Artist" surfaced, he was digitally removed from the cover.
"We made a decision not to include James Franco on the Hollywood cover once we learned of the misconduct allegations against him," a Vanity Fair spokesperson confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter. The cover features actors Harrison Ford, Claire Foy, Nicole Kidman, Reese Witherspoon, Tom Hanks, Michael B Jordan, Zendaya, Jessica Chastain and others. Franco has been accused of harassment by five women. The claims surfaced post his Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy win at the Golden Globes for "The Disaster Artist".
He also received the Critics' Choice Award for his role but gave the ceremony a miss. Franco, however, attended the SAG Awards, which marked his first public appearance since the allegations surfaced. Franco was accused online and in a Los Angeles Times report, after he showed up wearing the 'Time's Up' pin, like many other Hollywood stars, at the Globes The 'Time's Up' campaign was launched by women in Hollywood to fight against sexual harassment in the wake of Harvey Weinstein expose.
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