Vanity Fair removes James Franco from cover over sexual misconduct allegations

Sunday, 28 Jan, 2018

Franco added, "I do it whenever I know that there's something wrong or needs to be changed, and I make it a point to do it".

"While we would have loved the exclusive on @RWitherspoon's three legs, unfortunately it's just the lining of her dress", the outlet wrote on Twitter.

For decades, Vanity Fair has brought together an impressive collection of film's brightest stars for its annual Hollywood Issue. Not only do the Wrinkle In Time actresses have a few extra extremities, they also have impeccable senses of humor!

The star jokingly "revealed" the extra limb after a freaky shading issue was noticed on the front cover of this month's Vanity Fair, which appears to give her a third leg. "As I know you accept my 3d hand", the mogul posted, complete with emoji for three hands and a heart.

After users poked fun of the phenomenon, Witherspoon made a decision to play along.

Responded to Reese's tweets, Oprah said: "I accept your 3d leg".

The Vanity Fair cover has come under scrutiny for apparent photoshop issues.

Two hands rest on her lap, while another can bee seen around Reese's waist.

The publication tweeted that it would be correcting the third hand in its online edition.

Oprah has 3 hands in this photo. I have three legs.

The cover also features Robert De Niro, Tom Hanks, Zendaya, Harrison Ford and Nicole Kidman.

"So I don't want to shut them down in any way", Franco went on before explaining why he wore a Time's Up pin to the Golden Globes.

James Franco has been erased from the front cover of Vanity Fair over concern about claims of sexual misconduct made against the star.

Franco's attorney denied the allegations on behalf of his client.

Another woman, Sarah Tither Kaplan, claims Franco was filming an orgy scene when he removed the protective coverings the women had over their genitals and did not stop simulating oral sex.