James Franco Stands Up For Sex In Film After Travis Mathews' 'I Want Your Love' Is Banned In Australia

James Franco Stands Up For Sex In Film After Travis Mathews' 'I Want Your Love' Is Banned In Australia
Less than a week before his Disney film "Oz: The Great and Powerful" hits theaters everywhere, James Franco has stood up in support of the essential opposite of a Disney film, Travis Mathews' "I Want Your Love." The Australian Classification Board has banned the movie from being screened anywhere in the country, including Lgbt festivals in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane -- where it was already programmed to screen. The film -- which debuted on the festival circuit last summer -- details the lives of a group of thirty-ish San Francisco gay men, and features explicit sex. Mathews has already followed it up with a collaboration with Franco, the Sundance premiere "Interior. Leather Bar," which also featured explicit content. Read More: James Franco Discusses His Sexuality (And Yours) In 'Interior. Leather Bar' "This just is such a disappointment to me, and just seems really silly," Franco says in the video
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