The story of The Room, arguably the biggest cult film of modern times and a title dubbed the “Citizen Kane of bad movies, ” will soon be brought to the big screen by James Franco and Seth Rogen in The Disaster Artist.

Based on the book by Greg Sestero, who famously co-starred in the romantic drama as the backstabbing best friend of its now almost-legendary director/producer/writer/lead actor Tommy Wiseau, The Disaster Artist (which will be directed and star Franco) is sure to draw in the hundreds of thousands who still pack out cinemas around the world to see The Room some 12 years after it first premiered in L.A.

Read the full Q&A at Hollywood Reporter, by Alex Ritman

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