Published: Tue, September 12, 2017
Entertaiment | By Lawrence Myers



A few months ago, A24 released a teaser trailer for "The Disaster Artist", just so audiences get a taste of the movie based on the making of the infamous "The Room".

The Disaster Artist tells the insane true story about Tommy Wiseau's quest to create The Room - a project he cared deeply about and thought would be a masterpiece, but wound up being, well, not so great.

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Check out The Disaster Artist trailer below. Seth Rogen, Zac Efron, Alison Brie and Lizzy Caplan also appear in the film. The making-of The Room tale is seen through the eyes of Greg Sestero (Dave Franco), who served as a line producer on the film and played Mark, of "oh, hi Mark" fame.

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. James Franco is nowhere to be found in the film - he's completely embodied the role, disappearing into Wiseau's eccentricities without resorting to broad impressions. Though the movie has yet to be released, The Disaster Artist has enjoyed early critical buzz and even some serious Oscar attention when it was screened earlier this year in some film festivals.

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