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The Room: Where Are They Now?

With James Franco giving a stellar performance as a mysterious, fascinating Tommy Wiseau in The Disaster Artist, everyone is rushing to re-watch the cult classic comedy, er, drama that the movie is based on: 2003's The Room. Curious as to what became of the real-life Tommy and Greg? Here's a glimpse into the shenanigans the cast of The Room has gotten into since filming.
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