James Franco is expected to attend this weekend’s Screen Actors Guild Awards despite several allegations of misconduct levied against him.
A rep for the actor told CNN on Thursday that Franco will indeed appear at the guild’s ceremony in Los Angeles on Sunday. This, after the 39-year-old bowed out of an appearance at the Critics’ Choice Awards last week despite winning another acting prize.
“The Disaster Artist” star is nominated for a lead actor award at the show, which has made no secret that it is dedicated to celebrating women this year.
Amid the #MeToo and Time’s Up movements disrupting the Hollywood status quo and steamrolling numerous media men, Franco already claimed a top acting prize at the Golden Globe Awards. His win earlier this month — and a Time’s Up pin fastened to his lapel — prompted the questioning of alleged past behavior.
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