It's a film that's long fascinated James Franco, who's now made a movie about The Room's unique creation, The Disaster Artist. You'll still be laughing throughout, but you'll be charmed by the film's sweetness and affability.
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By all accounts out of TIFF, this most James Franco of joints defied all odds, obliterated cynicism, and over-emoted its way into the crowd's heart. You'll have'ta look twice to tell Wiseau and Franco apart. We're hoping the movie is as great as the cast. Franco's brother Dave Franco portrays co-star and friend Sestero. In it, Sestero gets very real about how insane it was to make the movie with Wiseau, who is perhaps the best character to ever exist, real or fictional. Based on its positive reception, A24 gave the film an awards-friendly release date of December 1. But instead of coasting on camaraderie with The Room fans, The Disaster Artist feels like a richer, more thoughtful experience about how even bad art has its place if you can come to its honestly. Rather than exist as the butt of the joke, he decided to make the joke his own.
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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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"There was a once-a-month screening of "The Room" in Vancouver, so I went there and it was incredible", Franco said before the world premiere of "The Disaster Artist" at the Toronto International Film Festival on Monday.