James Franco brings his art back to 'General Hospital'

Things are about to get a little more interesting -- on more than one level -- on "General Hospital," thanks to Franco.

Franco the character and James Franco, the actor who plays him, return to the ABC soap opera on Wednesday (June 30). The character is bent on revenge against Jason Morgan (Steve Burton) from his last stint in Port Charles, and Franco himself is also approaching his stint as not just an acting job, but also as a performance art piece.

"The reaction to me being on [last fall] was, I don't know, one of surprise -- people couldn't understand why I was on 'General Hospital,'" Franco tells Zap2it. "So I wanted to take all that and push it even farther. So I talked to Jeffrey Deitch, who's the new head of the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, and we started discussing how we could turn it into an art project. We basically figured out that we wanted to film a special episode at MOCA."

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