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A comparison of Tommy Wiseau's performance in The Room (2003) and James Franco's portrayal of Tommy Wiseau in The Disaster Artist (2017) teaser trailer. (more…)
I clicked on "See James Franco hilariously fail at acting in 'The Disaster Artist' trailer" and watched the trailer...... and I did not think that looked as though it would be good movie.And I do think it's possible to make a good movie about a bad movie. Show More Summary
(PG-13: Language) James Franco stars and directs in this well–received comedy. It’s about Tommy Wiseau and his film The Room, a movie so bad that it broke the scale and has become a cult classic. Based on the eponymous memoir co-authored by The Room actor Greg Sestero.
Ever since news broke that James Franco would be bringing The Disaster Artist – a tell-all book about the making of infamously so-bad-it’s-brilliant film The Room – to the big screen, we’ve been waiting with spoons at the ready (if you’re unfamiliar with the traditions and cult following behind Tommy Wiseau’s epic, read up on […]
Tommy Wiseau is best known for playing the under-acted Tommy in the 2003 cult masterpiece 'The Room'... which is the subject of Seth Rogen and James Franco's biographical new comedy 'The Disaster Artist.' Guess what he looks like no...
In bad movie news, Tommy Wiseau's cult classic, and honorific title holder for world's worst movie ever, The Room is getting the Hollywood treatment with a movie about the movie and its odd writer-director-star. And now, it's got a trailer. It's...Show More Summary
Oh, hi Mark. It's the behind-the-scenes look at the making of 'The Room,' directed by and starring James Franco. Continue reading…
James Franco is Tommy Wiseau in Disaster Artist, which recounts the making of the cult-classic disaster piece The Room.
Attempting to explain The Room, and to parse the accidental brilliance/incoherence/other-worldliness of its creator Tommy Wiseau, is no easy task—as we learned last year, in a dissertation-length interview with the man. That’s part of...Show More Summary
"Oh, hi Mark!" A24 has unveiled the first trailer for the film The Disaster Artist, a fictional account of the making of the "best worst movie ever made" - The Room, as directed by Tommy Wiseau. The film stars James Franco, who also directs, as Tommy Wiseau, the awkward mastermind behind this disaster of a movie. Show More Summary
By Neil Miller A24 releases a first look at James Franco’s film about the making of Tommy Wiseau’s ‘The Room,’ one of the greatest cinematic disasters of all-time. Following a work in progress screening at South by Southwest in March, the biggest surprise about James Franco’s The Disaster Artist wasn’t that people were saying that it was good. Show More Summary
Typically a tagline for a movie sings its praises, but Seth Rogen and James Franco's The Disaster Artist is anything but typical. The buddy comedy duo has teamed up yet again to tell "the true story of one movie so bad it became infamous," aka Tommy Wiseau's 2003 cult drama, The Room. Show More Summary
Back in March when The Disaster Artist debuted at SXSW, I lovingly declared it the most James Franco thing James Franco has ever done. Seriously, I don’t know that I have enjoyed anything more than this movie about the making of The Room, known in midnight cult-watching circles as the greatest bad movie of all time. ... More »
The first trailer for the long-awaited film “Disaster Artist” is here, with a sprawling cast of actors that needs to be seen to be believed. Read Full Story
"The Room" has the dubious distinction of being perhaps the worst movie ever made in history. Naturally, it has a fervent cult following. James Franco's new directorial effort, "The Disaster Artist," tells the story of how "The Room" got made. Show More Summary
The first trailer for 'The Disaster Artist' is here, and it makes so much fun of the (possibly) greatest bad movie of all time, 'The Room.'
"The Room," which came out in 2003, is known as one of the worst movies ever made. But over the years, it has developed a cult following because people love how bad it is. And one of those people is James Franco, who directed "The Disaster...Show More Summary
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Oh hai, awards buzz. A work-in-progress screening of James Franco’s The Disaster Artist received rave reviews after SXSW, and with the release of the first teaser trailer, it’s not hard to see why. Franco directed and stars in this comedy...Show More Summary