James Franco is "pretty bad in the romance department".
The ‘Spring Breakers’ star insists he’s not very good with relationships because he can’t seem to master sweeping a potential partner off their feet with a "grand gesture".
He said: "I’ve been pretty bad in the romance department.
"I think I’m a caring guy, but the grand gestures I’m not great at. I need to put more work into it."
Whilst James is a little unlucky in love, his brother Dave is set to wed Alison Brie next year and James is greatly looking forward to it.
He added to Entertainment Tonight: “He’s supposed to get married in February. I think he’s so casual about it.”
Meanwhile, the 38-year-old actor previously admitted he is “a little gay”.
He said: “There is a bit of overfocusing on my sexuality … and so the first question is why do they care? Well, because I’m a celebrity, so I guess they care who I’m having sex with. But if your definition of gay and straight is who I sleep with, then I guess you could say I’m a gay c**k tease. It’s where my allegiance lies, where my sensibilities lie, how I define myself. Yeah, I’m a little gay, and there’s a gay James.”
Meanwhile, Chris O’Dowd – who appeared alongside James in the Broadway production ‘Of Mice and Men’ – previously admitted he thinks it is James’ “handsome” looks that get him into trouble.
He said: “James is great. I think he’s genuinely trying to do interesting things. Not everybody is. He takes a lot of flak for it, which I’ve never really understood. If he wasn’t so handsome, I think he’d be celebrated much more.”
“We had spoken a lot – him and I – about what he wanted to do next. But I guess he read about Harry’s deal and thought we weren’t interested. My impression was that he wasn’t in any hurry to make a record because he discussed this last year. He was more into songwriting.
“I was teasing him saying, ‘If you come up with a great song Liam make sure it is for you and don’t give it away. When you’re ready I am ready.’ So I was a bit surprised. Of course there is a part of you that goes, ‘Maybe we should have had the conversation.’ That maybe is my fault but it has happened now.”
*Sourced by Bang Showbiz