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Tommy Wiseau's Reddit Interview About "The Room" Is Incredible

Apparently he's planning a 3D sequel.

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On Tuesday, creator of The Room, a film known to be the Citizen Kane of bad movies, did a Reddit AMA to help promote his new Hulu series, The Neighbors.

Here are some of the best quotes about his former masterpiece, The Room, and his plans for the future. (Note: He makes a lot of claims about his work that have not been independently verified by BuzzFeed.)


Wiseau thinks of The Room as a "red flag for society":

Oh yeah, we have many Claudettes in the country, with cancer — Many Claudettes in America relate to cancer...Many Dennys, many Johnnys, many Marks, because everything is coming from life, real life. THE ROOM is a red flag for society, for people to do better, to be better to each other basically. I've been doing this for 12 years, saying that.


On what the character Lisa from The Room represents:

GREAT Question! First of all, you can compare Lisa to Eleezabeth Taylor, to when she did CLEOPATRA. The ladies, they don't have to wear jeans, they can wear dresses to be very powerful. So Lisa's character is very powerful. She represents American society. So that's my answer. Move on, next one!


He still won't reveal how he made his money, but says he'll tell-all in a book called "The Disaster Artist." He hasn't started writing it yet:

The Disaster Artist is already a book by Greg Sestero and Tom Bissell, but I guess now Tommy Wiseau is writing another book of the same name?