Here’s the first teaser trailer for James Franco’s ‘The Disaster Artist,’ the true story of the worst movie ever made

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James Franco as Tommy Wiseau struggles to remember his lines in the first teaser for “The Disaster Artist”
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“The Room,” which came out in 2003, is known as one of the worst movies ever made. But over the years, it has developed a cult following because people love how bad it is.

And one of those people is James Franco, who directed “The Disaster Artist,” based on the best-selling non-fiction book about the disastrous making of the movie. The book (also called “The Disaster Artist”) was written by one of its stars, Greg Sestero.

In the movie, which comes out in theaters December 1, Franco plays director, writer, and star Tommy Wiseau. His brother, Dave Franco, plays Sestero. The film’s cast also includes Seth Rogen, Lizzy Caplan, Bryan Cranston, Zac Efron, Alison Brie, Kristen Bell, and many more.

The film’s first teaser finally came out on Tuesday, and it looks hilarious. The teaser highlights Wiseau’s inability to remember lines (even the simplest ones), and features the Franco brothers and Seth Rogen.

You can watch the trailer below:

This poster, featuring one of the most memorable lines from “The Room,” was released on Monday:

The Disaster Artist Poster

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With that hair, this is probably the role James Franco was born to play.
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