Watch James Franco & Lenny Kravitz in Guitar Hero's New Commercial

They get booed.

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Guitar Hero has a new version set to arrive in a few weeks’ time. Featured on the game’s latest commercial are James Franco and Lenny Kravitz. Both get booed by the imaginary crowd at first but improve as they play. Throughout the skit, the two bag on each other for underperforming — Franco even references Kravitz’s infamous pant-spitting incident. James gets so excited at the end that he smashes his guitar controller. Watch it above.

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