So this line at MoMA to sit in front of Marina Abramović is really long, you know, FYI. You pretty much have to clear your schedule and be prepared to wait around for at least a few hours... unless, of course, you are famous. Or so we hear.

The other day James Franco was first to sit in front of the performance artist, and we're pretty sure he—or Lou Reed, or Sharon Stone—didn't stand in line like regular museum patrons. Like the Paco Blancases of the world. In fact, a source tells us the day Franco took a seat he was escorted into the museum a half hour early. And that's not all, our source says that this is *a thing*—that friends of Marina always get special access and VIP treatment! That's right, folks: brazen elitism, right here in the egalitarian utopia of NYC.

We've contacted MoMA for a comment, hold your breath...