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What a lot of people think is crazy is also what I admire about him: He does what he wants, and he's not afraid of how people are going to perceive him, Dave says of Franco's posts. Fresh off of the release of their brand new movie 'The Disaster Artist', the Franco brothers dropped by the. Alison Brie saw her brother-in-law James Franco stark naked on her first day on the set of 'The Disaster Artist', according to her husband Dave Franco. WATCH: James Franco Reveals Why He Just HAD To Get Butt-Naked For 'The Disaster Artist' During one of the more intense scenes in the film, Tommy, James Franco's character is shown (apart from a sock) fully nude. Dave was quick to reveal that the nudity wasn't actually awkward for either them. Alison Brie Says Brother-in-Law James Franco Was Nude on Their First Day of Filming . The Disaster Artist, which also stars Brie's husband Dave Franco, is about the making of the film The Room, a cult favorite often referred to as “the Citizen Kane of bad movies.” The brothers Franco play unlikely. The film also stars Dave Franco, Seth Rogen, Alison Brie, Zac Efron, Josh Hutcherson, Jacki Weaver, Ari Graynor, and Jason Mantzoukas. With The Disaster Artist now playing in limited release, I recently sat down with Dave Franco. What it’s like being directed by his brother when. Alison Brie Had To Work Alongside A Completely Nude James Franco “I was there for a fitting and James was totally nude filming a scene,” she said. Franco's film looks at the making of the movie and the friendship between Wiseau and Greg Sestero – who is played by Brie's husband, Dave. "At this point, there's not much he can do that surprises me," Dave Franco says of his brother, James. The upcoming comedy-drama The Disaster Artist, a tell-all about the making of 's The Room (known as "the Citizen Kane of bad movies," it tops most worst-films-of-all-times lists), marks the first time the. Dave Franco knows exactly what his fraternity pledge name would have been: “Vertically Challenged.” Luckily, what the 5-foot-7 actor — starring as a loutish frat brother in Friday's rowdy comedy “Neighbors” — lacks in inches, he makes up for in self-deprecating humor. Chalk up the defense mechanism to.