It has been 15 years since we last saw director/star Tommy Wiseau and Greg Sestero act awkwardly and speak incoherently in the cult classic The Room. The film has gone on to live in infamy and is still occasionally screened throughout cinemas where moviegoers throw spoons at the big screen and scream out the horrendous dialogue.
Keep An Eye Out For 'Best F(r)iends'
If you were itching for another Wiseau/Sisero collaboration, look no further than the latest trailer for their new film, Best F(r)iends. The plot synopsis is probably the greatest thing you will read today:
Sestero stars as a man who, after his entire family is killed in a car crash, gets picked up off the side of the highway by a mortician (Wiseau) in a big black Cadillac hearse.
Watch the trailer for the future Oscar contender below:
In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Sestero reveals he became inspired to write the film following a camping trip he took with Wiseau in 2003 and according to him, Wiseau is the perfect match for the mortician, stating:
"I think it's a role that will really spotlight [Wiseau's] unique talent and charisma, while also setting up an unexpected and exciting reunion."
If you were looking forward to taking the whole family to watch this masterpiece during Christmas, unfortunately you are going to have to wait. According to THR, "the distribution plan is still in the works, but the filmmakers are aiming for a theatrical release."
Lest We Forget James Franco's Upcoming The Masterpiece
If you're still craving anything Tommy Wiseau-related, you still have New Line Cinema's star-studded The Masterpiece to look forward to. Previously known as The Disaster Artist, The Masterpiece is James Franco's take on Greg Sestero's 2013 nonfiction book, in which he details his experience filming the cult classic with Tommy Wiseau's immense inexperience in the film world.
The Masterpiece is set to release in theatres sometime in 2017.
What is your favorite quote from The Room?