The Disaster Artist Trailer Shows How Funny The Movie Could Be

A new movie is out later this year called 'The Disaster Artist'. It's based on the true story of the making of one of the worst movies of all time. 'The Room' is the movie and 'The Disaster Artist' takes a look at what happened behind the scenes and more.

James Franco plays Tommy Wiseau while Dave Franco co-stars as his friend. Seth Rogen is also in the movie as the director. In the trailer, we get to see how impressive James Franco is as acting as Tommy Wiseau. He managed to nail his thick Polish accent perfectly.

'The Disaster Artist' has already screened for some critics at the Toronto International Film Festival. Many critics love the movie so far. It's quite ironic how the making of a bad movie is getting praised by critics. There is even some early Oscar buzz for James Franco since he nails the part so perfectly.

Tommy Wiseau himself is pleased with the way the movie has turned out. He is also impressed with James Franco's portrayal of him. 'The Room' became a cult hit after it bombed in the Box Office back in 2003. The only reason people like to watch the film is to see how bad it really is. 'The Disaster Artist' will allow us to see more on how and why the movie got made in the first place.

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'The Disaster Artist' will be released in North America this December. You can check out the first full trailer for the movie down below. It has the potential to become one of the funniest movies to be released in 2017.

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