How James Franco, Mila Kunis, and Jessica Chastain could make a movie that escaped the Internet is a question that may never be answered. But, it happened — life can be like that — and now we know. Let's never speak of this oversight again. The movie, though? Let's definitely talk about that.
It's Forever Love, but if you want to find it on IMDb, try looking under a 2012 film called Tar. Little is known about this name-changing biopic (and the trailer is not very helpful), but we can tell you this: It's about the life of poet C. K. Williams, spanning from the '40s to the '80s, and it's based on 12 of his poems. Twelve filmmakers teamed up to make it — no word, though, if it's been woven together into something whole, or it's more of a gestalt thing, made up of Paris, je t'aime-style shorts. But, since there's the same number of writers as there are poems, we suspect it's something like the latter.
Perhaps the most significant detail to finally surface is that James Franco and Mila Kunis kiss. Yes, they kissed two or three years ago (like we said, this film's been in the works for a while) and we're just finding out about it now. We'd be offended if we weren't so intrigued, and it looks like we're going to have to sit with that feeling for a little longer, because there's no U.S. release date yet. (It's going straight to DVD on September 8 in the U.K.) Here? We wait, which is a lot harder now that we know this flick exists. (Just Jared)