James Franco - 2011 Renaissance Man
February 2, 2011 By Daisy Patino

Not really up to taking the Lady Gaga course at the University of South Carolina? Then, why not take a course about James Franco taught by James Franco at Columbia College of Hollywood. The multi-tasking actor has added yet another title to his unending resume.

"Academy Award-nominated actor James Franco has partnered with Columbia College Hollywood to offer an innovative course through which 12 of the private film school's best editing students will create a 30-minute documentary film from videographic footage from Franco's own unorthodox career," according to a media release.

The actor, who has played a gay man in Milk, an aristobrat in Spider Man and a weedhead in Pineapple Express, will Skype with the students and show up to the weekly class whenever his schedule permits.

Unfortunately, this class is not available to just anyone.

Time Magazine reports that only 12 of the best editing students at the private college will be selected to attend the class titled, "Master Class: Editing James Franco...with James Franco."

James Franco is nominated for an Oscar this year for his work in the movie 127 days.

He is also hosting the show on February 27 alongside actress Anne Hathaway.

Make no mistake; he is more than an actor. He is also a writer, Palo Alto by James Franco, the face of Gucci's fragrance and a PH.D student at Yale University.

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