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James Franco Returns to 'General Hospital' for 'Longterm' Story

July 26, 2011 (4:53 am) GMT
Starting September 20, the Will Rodman of 'Rise of the Planet of the Apes' will reprise his role as performance artist and serial killer Robert Frank on the daytime TV series.
James Franco Returns to 'General Hospital' for 'Longterm' Story

is set to be back on "" again. The "" actor will reprise his role as performance artist and serial killer Robert "Franco" Frank starting September 20, and this time it will not be a short one since his story arc is described as "longterm".

James' character, who has a crush on hit man Jason Morgan (Steve Burton), returns to the show right when Jason is set to tie the knot with Sam McCall (). While it is not clear whether Franco will crash the wedding, a rep for the shows tells TV Guide that it will be his "most twisted plan yet" with Maxie (Kirsten Storms), Carly (Laura Wright) and her baby Josslyn involved in it.

James first appeared on "GH" in 2009 and was last seen on the soap for a two-day cameo in February this year, just in time with his Oscar hosting gig. The 33-year-old actor/filmmaker, who was nominated for Best Actor at this year's Academy Awards through his role in "", will soon grace movie theaters with "" in addition to being set to appear on Broadway this fall in a revival of Tennessee Williams' "Sweet Bird of Youth".

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