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11 Interesting Things About "The Disaster Artist" That You Might Not Know

Be sure to catch 2017's masterpiece about a "disasterpiece," The Disaster Artist, in select cinemas November 30 and Australia-wide on December 7.

So what's the movie about?

1. The Disaster Artist is the story of a man's unlikely rise to fame.

Franco stands out in this 2017 biopic.

2. It's a movie about a movie, giving a behind-the-scenes look at the making of Tommy Wiseau's "disasterpiece" The Room.

James Franco really nails the frustrated artist in this scene.

3. It’s a journey of self-discovery in a tough industry.

Tommy Wiseau's big break wasn't what you'd call straightforward.

4. And realising who you want to be.

He knew he had big dreams.

5. The movie shows what it means to work together as a team to get things done right.

After all, practice makes perfect.

Hold on — there's still more to love about it.

Making the magic happen for the cameras is easy with a wind fan.

6. The Franco brothers finally share the screen in starring roles!

It’s a classic bromance story!

7. What's more is that this film is the latest project from longtime collaborators James Franco and Seth Rogen.

Seth Rogen plays Sandy Schklair, the very patient script supervisor.

8. The film goes behind the scenes to capture the on-set drama.

James Franco went above and beyond to capture Wiseau's genius, staying in character on set.

9. There are many familiar faces: Megan Mullally, Zac Efron, and Judd Apatow are just some of the celebs who pop up.

Bryan Cranston also makes a cameo appearance!

10. James Franco took his transformation into Tommy Wiseau to the next level.

Transformations abound!

11. So, it's a movie about a movie, about an underdog and a hero who doesn't give up on an impossible dream.

We're rooting for you, Tommy!

All images courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures / ©2017 Warner Bros. Ent. All Right Reserved

Make sure to check out the true story of the unlikely star who made a hit in Hollywood in The Disaster Artist, in select cinemas November 30 and Australia-wide on December 7.

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