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Ally Sheedy calls out Golden Globes for James Franco win

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The event held by the New York Times was updated as cancelled on the website. Source Timestalks

Ally Sheedy found Franco's presence upsetting enough that she tweeted about it.

Her tweets garnered social media attention and were deleted after outlets like Vanity Fair and E! People wondered if she was in any way referring to anything related to the ceremony's pro-woman, anti-sexual abuse theme.

"James Franco just won". Tbt to me speaking up for myself and other women on a franco set and immediately getting called a diva, told I was "out of line", and publicly humiliated by the producer.

"Why is a man hosting?"

Do you understand life, James Franco?

The 39-year-old previously directed Ally in an Off-Broadway production of The Long Shrift. Not one will ask him about @allysheedy1 or her Tweets.

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The first person James Franco thanked when he got to the microphone to give his acceptance speech for winning Best Actor in a Comedy or Musical was Wiseau, who made and starred in the infamously bad film "The Room", and whom Franco portrayed in "The Disaster Artist". This was in reference to an incident when James Franco tried to pick up a 17-year-old girl on Instagram in 2014. He allegedly later asked her where she was staying in NY and asked: "Should I rent a room?".

The toe-curling moment was far from over as Dave Franco doubled over in hysterics as he watched the chaos unfold. "I used bad judgement and I learned my lesson". At one point during the news cycle, he tweeted, "I HOPE PARENTS KEEP THEIR TEENS AWAY FROM ME".

Greg Sestero was not that much successful either failing to get roles in many TV shows and movies so he had to settle being an extra most of the time.

Jackman's hilarious facial expression went viral, as Twitter commiserated with the "Wolverine" star, who probably thought he was going to win the Golden Globe award (just like everyone else did).

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