Country: United States
Category: Biography, Comedy, Drama
Release Date: 6 December, 2017
Director: James Franco
Starring: Eliza Coupe, Alison Brie, Zoey Deutch
Age Restriction: 18 years
Duration: 103 minutes
Box Office: $?
"The Disaster Artist" Directed and starring James Franco, The Disaster Artist (The Disaster Artist: A Masterpiece in Latin America) is the tragicomic real-life story of aspiring film director and Hollywood celebrity Tommy Wiseau, an artist whose passion was as sincere as his questionable methods. It is a celebration of friendship, artistic expression and dreams pursued against insurmountable circumstances.
Based on Greg Sestero's bestseller about the creation of Tommy's "disaster play", The Room ("the best worst movie ever made"), The Disaster Artist is a hilarious and welcome reminder that there is more than one Way to become a legend, and there is no limit to what can be achieved when you have absolutely no idea of what you are doing.
#4 A great release date: December 6, 2017
The Disaster Artist, the new film directed and starring James Franco, revolves around the making of The Room (2003), which is considered by many to be the worst movie in history.
The film is based on a novel written by Greg Sestero and Tom Bissell and follows the story of Tommy Wiseau (Franco), a peculiar actor who, after being rejected by different producers, decides to make a film with his own means.
Also participating as screenwriters are the duo Michael H. Weber and Scott Neustadter, who already thrilled us with other films such as 500 Days of Summer and The Spectacular Now.
Dave Franco, Seth Rogen, Alison Brie, Ari Graynor, Josh Hutcherson and Jacki Weaver complete the film's lead cast. The film was shown at the last edition of the Toronto International Film Festival and competed in the official section of the San Sebastian International Film Festival, where it won the main prize, the Concha de Oro.
Warner Bros. Spain premieres The Disaster Artist next December 29 in theaters after taking with her Concha de Oro at the San Sebastian Festival, and you can see on these lines the trailer in Castilian comedy directed and starring James Frank. The interpreter of 127 hours and Juerga until the end gets into the skin of the actor, director and screenwriter of The Room Tommy Wiseau and tells with fine irony and much, much fun how the best film of all time was created.