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‘The Disaster Artist’: New Trailer For Movie About The Making Of ‘The Room’ Released
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The Disaster Artist

An official trailer has been released for The Disaster Artist, the movie about the making of one of the best bad movies ever created, The Room.

We saw a teaser trailer for the movie back in July, which showed Tommy Wiseau (played by James Franco) hilariously doing multiple takes on one of the many memorable scenes from the original. This new trailer shows a lot more from the movie, including some more peeks at scenes which fans of the original will no doubt get a kick out of.

Read more about The Disaster Artist and check out the new trailer and a new poster below.

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Trailer For ‘The Disaster Artist’ Starring James Franco As ‘The Room’s Tommy Wiseau Released
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James Franco as Tommy Wiseau in The Disaster Artist

A teaser trailer has been released for The Disaster Artist, a movie about the making of one of the worst movies ever made, The Room, which also happens to have a massive cult following because of how awful it is.

The movie is based on the book The Disaster Artist: My Life Inside The Room, the Greatest Bad Movie Ever Made by Greg Sestero, who played Mark, and Tom Bissell. It stars James Franco as the writer, director, producer, and star of The Room, Tommy Wiseau.

Continue below to check out the trailer, along with a poster for the movie.

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Video: Tommy Wiseau Meets Mark Hamill In ‘The Room’ / ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ Mashup
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The Room's Tommy Wiseau Meets Mark Hamill In The Force Awakens

We’re nearing a year and a half now since Star Wars: The Force Awakens was released. The first spinoff movie, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story has since come and gone, and Star Wars: The Last Jedi is on the way later this year.

But that doesn’t mean the internet is going to stop coming up with little gems to entertain us. A meme has made its way around the ‘net in which the man, the myth, the legend himself, Tommy Wiseau, drops his “Oh, hai Mark” line from his infamous anti-classic The Room on Mark Hamill in The Force Awakens.

Now someone has taken that meme a step further, by taking the clip of Wiseau out of The Room and superimposing him into the final scene of The Force Awakens. The result is, of course, perfect. You can check out the video below.

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James Franco As Tommy Wiseau For ‘The Disaster Artist’ Image: Josh Hutcherson, Kate Upton Join Cast
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Tommy Wiseau and Greg Sestero in The Room

It sounds like something you’d expect to see as a fake news story on April Fools’ Day, but it’s something that’s actually happening. James Franco is playing Tommy Wiseau in a movie about the making of The Room, a cult classic widely considered to be the worst movie ever made that was written, directed, produced, and starred Wiseau in the lead role.

Franco, who’s also directing, has shared an image from the set of the movie, titled The Disaster Artist, with him in full Wiseau costume and accompanied by his brother Dave Franco, who plays the actor who played Mark (oh hai), Greg Sestero. A bunch of actors have also recently joined the cast, including Josh Hutcherson and Kate Upton. You can see the image and read more about the cast and who they’re playing below.

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Trailer For ‘Samurai Cop 2’ With Tommy Wiseau Is Here To Blow Your Mind
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Samurai Cop 2: Deadly Vengeance

There aren’t many words to describe what you are about to see. It’s simply something that needs to be witnessed.

Samurai Cop is considered to be one of the best bad action flicks ever created. The movie came out in 1991 and followed, well, a samurai cop who goes after the Yakuza. So naturally it was decided to make a sequel, titled Samurai Cop 2: Deadly Vengeance. Set in space, maybe? With infamous The Room writer/director/producer/star Tommy Wiseau dressed as Kato. Yup.

Experience the madness below.

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DVD Review: Tim & Eric Awesome Show, Great Job! Season Cinco

Tim and Eric Awesome Show Great Job: Season 5 DVDTim & Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!
Season Cinco
Starring Tim Heidecker, Eric Wareheim, Richard Dunn, David Liebe Hart, James Quall
Cartoon Network
Release Date: May 17, 2011

To watch Adult Swim’s Tim & Eric Awesome Show, Great Job! is to subject yourself to an experience akin to sitting in the audience of a lethal injection while dwarves in clown makeup throw individually-wrapped slices of cheese on the walls and floor-mounted speakers blast out the immortal eardrum-bleeding ditty “Tiptoe Through the Tulips” by Tiny Tim at different volumes and various revolution speeds. When it’s all over you will find that you’ve laughed, cringed, recoiled in stark horror, and sat in front of your television set wondering just what the fuck that was all about. This is a show that the late comedy writer Michael O’Donoghue, a.k.a. Saturday Night Live‘s Mr. Mike, would have found immensely entertaining. After all, what is O’Donoghue’s Mr. Mike’s Mondo Video if not a Tim & Eric prototype, only much stranger?

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Tommy Wiseau Talks Releasing ‘The Room’ In 3D/Blu-ray, New Clothing Line
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Fans of Tommy Wiseau‘s so-bad-it’s-oh-so-good cult classic, The Room, will be thrilled to know that you have not seen the last of the movie’s offerings.

Talking to Entertainment Weekly recently, Wiseau confirmed that he has full intentions of releasing The Room not only on Blu-ray with lots and lots of behind-the-scenes features, but that he also plans on giving the movie a full 3D makeover, complete with a theatrical re-release.

Wiseau spoke about the conversion, saying “The process is very detail-oriented. But we want to do it because I’m obsessed about 3D right now, if you ask me.” He even touched on his own gluteus maximus and its three-dimensional inclusion, adding “My bottom will have to be in 3-D because I’m not changing anything, so you’ll be very close.”

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Must Play: Tribute Flash Game Based On Tommy Wiseau’s ‘The Room’
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If you’ve ever seen Tommy Wiseau‘s now legendary cult classic, The Room, then this post is for you. The movie, for those who are unaware, is easily the worst movie ever made. Seriously, in the history of cinema, nothing even comes close…not even Troll 2, some might argue. Your mind is blown over and over and over at what you’re seeing, and you sometimes can’t even help but wonder if this is real. Wiseau himself has even said it was meant to be like that, but deep down we all have trouble believing that.

Even so, the movie has an amazing fan base who find so much to love in all of its failings. There’s something so immensely entertaining about the movie, the story, the characters, and all of the random things they do and say for no reason whatsoever. The Room has special screenings where fans flock to scream and react to certain scenes, there’s countless drinking games at the click of a Google search, and the joy just never really ends.

To that, we can add one more delight to the pile. Tom Fulp, creator of the fantastic time-killing website, Newgrounds, has now created the end-all be-all of flash game nirvana.

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