Tommy Wiseau Wants To Adapt 'The Room' Into A Broadway Play Stage Show

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The Room written and directed by Tommy Wiseasu is often regarded to be one of the worst movies ever made. Despite its bad quality, people like watching it in order to laugh and make fun of it. 

Due to its hilarious mistakes, The Room has become a cult classic and is still popular even today even though the film came out way back in 2003.

Personally, I've watched the film for myself and even I have to admit it's funny in a bad way.

Thanks to the bad reception of The Room, a book called 'The Disaster Artist' was written by his best friend Greg Sestero about the behind the scenes making of the film.

This book was then adapted in a Hollywood film written and directed by James Franco.

In an exclusive interview with Screen Rant, Tommy Wiseau now wants to expand The Room's reach by adapting it into a Broadway play. You can read his comments on the matter posted down below. 

First I want to do The Room on Broadway. That will be the first thing. Keep on eye- not off-Broadway, on Broadway

That being said, it's unknown how far Tommy Wiseau has gone in terms of his Broadway show plans.

Fans would like the original actors to return, although some of them might not be comfortable reprising their roles again on the stage.

For now, we'll just have to wait and see what Wiseau plans in the near future. A Broadway play could be awesome if the original cast were able to all come back.

It's usually hard to know if Wiseau actually goes through with all the plans that he says. He said on Twitter a few weeks ago that he also wishes to convert The Room in 3D and 4K too!

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