James Franco - James Franco Lands Star On Hollywood Walk Of Fame

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James Franco cemented his place in movie history on Thursday (07Mar13) as he received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

The actor was honoured with the 2,492nd sidewalk plaque at a special ceremony, where guest speakers included funnyman Seth Rogen and Franco's Oz the Great and Powerful director Sam Raimi.

Raimi poked fun at his leading man for his wide-ranging interests in writing, painting, acting and lecturing, joking, "Working with James over the years, I've learned many things about him. James is a teacher, a poet, a sculptor, an actor, a director, a writer, a producer, a basket weaver - the thing goes on and on for days! Seems like we're always discovering James' next endeavour.

"Today we join the rest of the world to honour you in your achievements with a much-deserved star on Hollywood's Walk Of Fame, a star made from marble - which you yourself have hewn from a mountain, from brass that you have smelted!"

Stepping to the podium, Franco choked back proud tears as he thanked his family, friends and colleagues, telling the crowd, "I wish that I could put a bunch of names on this star because this is a collaborative business... The people behind the scenes, the people who have been there for me, all the way through, if I could, I'd put all your names on there. Thank you, and I'll always remember this."

The star's proud novelist mum Betsy, actor brother Dave and Oz co-star Joey King also showed up to lend their support.


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