Directed by James Franco.
Starring James Franco, Megan Fox, Seth Rogen, Dave Franco, Joey King, Danny McBride, Jacki Weaver, Thomas Ian Nicholas, Craig Robinson, Horatio Sanz, Will Ferrell, Scott Haze, and Gus Van Sant.
A young actor arrives in Hollywood in 1969 during a transitional time in the Industry.
Halfway through Zeroville, a hotshot early 1970s producer tells a casually racist joke offensive to Polish people, suggesting that they are dumb enough to sleep with a writer but that even they have enough common sense to know sleeping with an editor will not further their career. The ignorant comment serves as a way to look down on a filmmaking process that is often, unfortunately, disregarded and overlooked (a concerning amount of people over on Film Twitter seem to have no idea what actually consists of editing) in a film that, for the most part, sings the praises of the