Golden Globes 2018: Hugh Jackman's 'bewildered' look rules internet

Golden Globes 2018: Hugh Jackman's 'bewildered' look rules internet

Golden Globes 2018: Hugh Jackman's 'bewildered' look rules internet

Franco has not yet responded to her tweets, or the tweets from two other women who came forward with allegations on the social media platform.

James Franco scored his second Golden Globe win Sunday night, winning best actor in a comedy or musical for "The Disaster Artist". Here's what she had to say.

"Why is a man hosting?"

While one wrote: 'Hugh Jackman's reaction to James Franco is everything. he was robbed.#GoldenGlobes'.

Like many of his A-list peers, The Disaster Artist attended the Hollywood award show donning a Time's Up pin in order vocalize his support for the revolutionary movement.

On James Franco's win for his portrayal, Wiseau told The Times, "He did such a great job, talking as a director and an actor".

"James Franco just won". She tweeted: "Ok wait. Bye". Remember the time you pushed my head down in a auto towards your exposed penis & that other time you told my friend to come to your hotel when she was 17?

According to Gawker, the 17-year-old in the 2014 incident met Franco outside his Broadway show, Of Mice and Men.

"I loved the way James Franco blocked Tommy Wiseau from speaking into the mic. Times up on that!" Mr. Franco invited the director, making his first appearance at the Globes, up to the stage with him.

A Twitter account presumably belonging to actress Ally Sheedy apparently accused James Franco and Christian Bale of sexual abuse. The question remains: what did James allegedly do? Asked if he was upset that they weren't closer, Wiseau exhibited the same spirit that animates the movie about him, "It doesn't matter, we're here!" Franco shouted when he accepted the award. Franco, who also directed the film, said he was very happy to share the moment with Wiseau, and also thanked his cast and crew, including Seth Rogen and his brother. At one point during the news cycle, he tweeted, "I HOPE PARENTS KEEP THEIR TEENS AWAY FROM ME". "It's hard to watch someone who hurt you be lavished w/ praise", said former L.A. Weekly writer April Wolfe on Twitter.

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