By Honey Gillard 

SPIDERMAN spunk James Franco is claiming that the bust-up that cost him his friendship with Annapolis co-star Tyrese Gibson is the fault of the intense lengths that he goes to tackle a role. 

Gibson, a star of the speedy ‘The 2 Fast 2 Furious’ spoke of Franco in a Playboy interview in February this year. During the interview Gibson insisted that he’d never work with the super-serious actor ever again after they had a falling out on the set of their film Annapolis. 

Franco, 28, has established that the fall out may have been his fault, and has admitted that he has since contacted Gibson to apologise. 

“We’ve made up, or I tried to make up with him.” He informs Complex magazine, “Maybe I was too into that role. I don’t try to be mean to anybody on a movie. In the past I’ve tended to isolate (myself), and maybe people take that as me being rude or me not liking them, but it’s really a way for me to stay in my character. “ 

“I really had nothing personal against Tyrese, but I guess there were a lot of misunderstandings.” 

Gibson growled at Franco in his Playboy interview saying, “I never want to work with him again, and I’m sure he feels the same way. It felt very personal.” 

Gibson misinterpreting Franco’s actions is understandable, though his comments were quite unnecessary. Franco is none-the-less a terrific actor and a terrific and great person; one in which I’d love to meet or work with one day. 

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Sources: contactmusic

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