1. "Many of us want to embark on a creative life and never take the chance—too stifled by our self-awareness or fear to try. All the odds were against Tommy Wiseau becoming a filmmaker, yet something pushed him to go for it—something powerful enough to inspire a global phenomenon.
Ten years after wrapping The Room, and living my life in its strange wake, I realize how much the experience has changed me, and how grateful I am for that.”
— Greg Sestero, The Room's “Mark” & author of the upcoming book THE DISASTER ARTIST: My Life Inside The Room, The Greatest Bad Movie Ever Made.
Get an exclusive look at the book’s introduction here!
Image via The A.V. Club.

    "Many of us want to embark on a creative life and never take the chance—too stifled by our self-awareness or fear to try. All the odds were against Tommy Wiseau becoming a filmmaker, yet something pushed him to go for it—something powerful enough to inspire a global phenomenon.

    Ten years after wrapping The Room, and living my life in its strange wake, I realize how much the experience has changed me, and how grateful I am for that.”

    — Greg Sestero, The Room's “Mark” & author of the upcoming book THE DISASTER ARTIST: My Life Inside The Room, The Greatest Bad Movie Ever Made.

    Get an exclusive look at the book’s introduction here!

    Image via The A.V. Club.

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