James Franco, prize-winning blogger and talented poet, is now conquering the self-indulgent world of New York Times op-eds. In Thursday's newspaper, "actor and artist" Franco uses his incredible way with words to highlight his empathy toward Shia LaBeouf while actually addressing the only issue that really matters: himself.
Woody Allen appears ready to publicly address his daughter Dylan Farrow's accusations of sexual abuse. According to The New York Times, Allen has "asked for, and may get, a chance to respond — in an Op-Ed piece." Whether or not the piece will actually be published "comes down to the editing process."