James Franco's New Movie About The Room Gets New Trailer

The Disaster Artist

TIFF 2017: The Disaster Artist Directed by James Franco

Fans of The Room will certainly relish the humor, but The Disaster Artist has so much more to offer than jokes and James Franco doing a weird accent.

He is particularly complimentary of James Franco's performance as Wiseau: "Franco achieves what could become his most iconic role - surpassing even "Spring Breakers" rapper Alien - as Tommy Wiseau, worldwide man of mystery". You loved movies. You didn't live tweet films, or watch bad movies ironically, or EVER forget to keep your Letterboxd account up to date. Franco takes the Wiseau act even further, directing and producing The Disaster Artist, just as his idol had with The Room.

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"I laughed", Franco said.

Rogen and the Franco brothers have collaborated on numerous projects throughout the years.

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Franco looks incredible in the role of Wiseau, and seems to have nailed his voice and mannerisms perfectly. Franco's Tommy repeatedly insists that "Acting is truth", and in the post-screening Q&A, the real Sestero described the movie as "terrifyingly true".

The Disaster Artist does finesse The Room's evolution from catastrophic sincerity to beloved kitsch, which happens too fast to examine Wiseau's path to accepting that his movie has become famous for reasons diametrically opposed to the ones he made it for.

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The behind-the-scenes creative team on The Disaster Artist was led by director of photography Brandon Trost, production designer Chris Spellman, costume designer Brenda Abbandandolo, and editor Stacey Schroeder.

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