Here's some left-field James Franco news for you: The actor recently signed on to direct a Lifetime movie about lesbian vampires (which is SO James Franco), and the film will be scored by James Iha, founding member and original guitarist of a band known for celebrating vampires, The Smashing Pumpkins.
From Film Music Reporter, we learn that the ever-scheming Franco enlisted Iha with the task of scoring his remake of the 1996 cult TV movie, "Mother, May I Sleep With Danger." Originally, the film featured no vampires and no lesbians, but Franco's impulse was to reshape the flick like a teenage goth's wet dream, because he's James Franco.
Franco will star along with Tori Spelling and Ivan Sergei, who's probably best known from the mid-aughts TV series Charmed. It premieres June 18 on Lifetime.
Aside from the Franco-collab, Iha in March reunited with the Pumpkins after a 16 year hiatus, with band singing him "Happy Birthday" during a performance in Los Angeles.