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The Insane True Story Behind The Room, the Best Bad Movie Ever

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The Room's Tommy Wiseau, left, and Greg Sestero with Hollywood producer Katherine Kramer in 2004. In 2003, a true contender for the greatest bad movie of all time premiered in Los Angeles. That movie was The Room, directed by Tommy Wiseau, a man with a thick Eastern European accent who insists he's from New Orleans on the rare occasions he's willing to talk about his life. He's also the man who wrote, produced, and starred in the masterpiece of awfulness. The making of The Room is a story that's almost as bizarre as the movie itself, but it's one that inspired James Franco to immortalize the film in his new movie The Disaster Artist, based on the book of the same name by Wiseau's friend and The Room costar Greg Sestero. There's no better place to begin than with the film's plot, even though explaining it is almost impossible. It all
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The Room documentary Room Full of Spoons releases trailer

The Room documentary Room Full of Spoons releases trailer
The Room documentary Room Full of Spoons has released a trailer.

Rick Harper's film interviews the stars and makers of the cult classic.

Juliette Danielle (Lisa), Philip Haldiman (Denny) and Kyle Vogt (Peter) are among the interviewees who speak about their experiences during and after the filming of the movie.

Tommy Wiseau's baffling 2003 film went on to become a sleeper hit with a huge fanbase and frequent screenings around the world.

James Franco is working on an adaptation of star Greg Sestero's memoir The Disaster Artist: My Life Inside The Room.

Room Full of Spoons will be released in 2015.
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'The Room': On the scene at the sold-out Ziegfeld Theatre screening of Tommy Wiseau's masterpiece

'The Room': On the scene at the sold-out Ziegfeld Theatre screening of Tommy Wiseau's masterpiece
Ah, the Ziegfeld Theatre. The refined, legendary movie house in New York City has played host to hundreds of A-list affairs since its 1969 opening, premiering hundreds of critically-lauded, star-studded films. (Oh, hi Steven Spielberg, Julia Roberts, and Daniel Radcliffe!) Last night was a different story. After spending months showing Tommy Wiseau's cult film The Room at New York's dingy Village East Cinema on the last Friday of every month, Saturation Films -- the folks who stage the screenings -- decided to class things up a bit by relocating this month's midnight screening of "the Citizen Kane of bad movies" to the Ziegfeld.
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