July 10, 2013 5:33 PM
James Franco might only be the ripe old age of 34, but Comedy Central has decided that he's a prime contender for celebrity roastee. Yes, the Oscar nominee/soap opera star/PhD candidate/conceptual artist (shall we go on?) will be the next star to get roasted on the network. Legendary Entertainment, the big-budget movie producer that helped bring to the screen such franchises as "The Dark Knight" and "Man of Steel," is moving its fanboy brand to Universal Pictures. In this month's issue of "Justice League," the Kryptonian hero of the comic book apparently follows the example set by the controversial climax of "Man of Steel." We won't spoil it for you but let's just say Superman may not be above taking the low road anymore.