James Franco Enrolling in UH's Creative Writing Program? (UPDATED with UH Confirmation)
Is the University of Houston's well-respected Creative Writing Program about to get as a student James Franco, the actor known for post-grad studies, 127 Hours and not being the greatest Oscar host?
Which more or less matches Franco's educational career.
We've called UH for comment but haven't heard back. Facebook chatter from some CWP people say he's been accepted, but apparently has applied at a wide range of schools for his further studies and therefore isn't guaranteed to be coming.
If he does, we're sure UH will react very, very calmly.
Update: UH confirms that Franco has at least been accepted. The Creative Writing Program issued a statement:
James Franco was scheduled to enter the PhD program in Literature and Creative Writing in Fall 2011, but he requested a deferral for an additional year, which the faculty granted, so he is now scheduled to begin doctoral work here in Fall 2012.
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