For years, the Tommy Wiseau film The Room has been celebrated as one of the worst films ever made, eliciting a devoted following of people who enjoy bad acting, worse writing, and inexplicable football-throwing. Nearly two years ago, Greg Sestero—the best friend turned wife-stealer in The Room—announced he was writing a book about his experience with the film, but it looks like it’s finally happening. Via the Instagram account of McNally’s Cristin Stickles comes the above image, and Sestero recently told the UK’s The Independent that it’s due out in October. It’s called The Disaster Artist, and it should be catnip for spoon-throwing Room devotees. Bonus: It was written with Tom Bissell, who covered The Room for Harper’s, and whose “Expensive Trips Nowhere” was adapted into the acclaimed film The Loneliest Planet.
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