James Franco just started his own Twitter account earlier this month, and he’s already become the first Oscars host ever to live-tweet during the show. Most of the tweets point to his website, where he’s posting short video clips, from backstage to the stage itself.
In one clip moments before walking out on stage, he said, “It might be bad,” when asked for his last words. But the best clip, by far, is the video Franco recorded as he walked out on stage for the first time (watch above). You may have seen him pointing the camera around, and a few minutes later, he tweeted it out. Cool stuff.
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