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James Franco in Spider-Man 3

James Franco (1978 - )

Film Deaths[]

  • The Wicker Man (2006) [Bar Guy #1]: Likely killed (off-screen) as part of a sacrifice after the film ends; we only see Franco leaving a bar with Leelee Sobieski, but the ending implies that Franco will be brought to the island and have the same fate as Nicolas Cage. (Note: Franco only appears in the PG-13 theatrical cut)
  • Spider-Man 3 (2007) [Harry Osborn/New Goblin]: He was also previously clinically dead earlier in the film after he hit his head and fell in a fight with Tobey, but he was mentioned of being revived by the paramedics. Accidentally impaled in the back with his own Goblin-glider by Topher Grace, when James throws himself in front of Tobey Maguire to save him. He dies shortly afterwards while talking to Tobey and Kirsten Dunst.
  • Camille (2008) [Silas]: Shot by police at Niagara Falls, yet appears to remain conscious when his wife Sienna Miller rides in a horse to take him away to the next world.
  • Milk (2008) [Scott Smith]: Dies (off-screen) of AIDS-related illness; his death is mentioned in the on-screen text at the end of the movie.
  • Spring Breakers (2013) [Alien]: Shot in the head by one of Gucci Mane's men as James, Ashley Benson, Vanessa Hudgens are storming Gucci's mansion. His body is shown again later on Ashley, Vanessa pay their respects.
  • Dawn of the Planet of the Apes (2014) [Dr. Will Rodman]: Dies (off-screen) from the virus that wipes out most of humanity in the events between Rise of the Planet of the Apes and this film; James is only seen in video footage that Caesar (Andy Serkis) is watching.
  • Sausage Party (2016; animated) [Druggie]: Accidentally decapitated after slipping on water while trying to cook Barry the Sausage (voiced by Michael Cera), then causing his broadsword to fall on his neck; his decapitated head shows up later on when Barry shows Frank (voiced by Seth Rogen) the head. (Played for comic effect.)
  • Alien: Covenant (2017) [Jacob Branson]: Burnt to death in a malfunctioning cryogenic sleep pod as his wife (Katherine Waterston) and the rest of the crew attempt to save him. His body is later ejected into space as part of a funeral.

TV Deaths[]

  • James Dean (2001 TV) [James Dean]: Killed in a car accident. (Thanks to Shollum)
  • The Deuce: They Can Never Go Home  (2019) [Frankie Martino] Shot to death outside a club.  

Angie Tribeca (2015)

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