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WATCH: The First Trailer For Tommy Wiseau’s New Film Has Dropped

What weird and wonderful thing has he come up with this time?

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Tommy Wiseau, the infamous director of The Room, is making a comeback with his latest film Big Shark.

We all remember the horrifically awful-come-masterpiece that is The Room, yes? Directed by the true icon that is Tommy Wiseau, who also played one of the main protagonists? You know the one, and if not, get it watched. It’s a necessary part of life.

Anyway, I have exciting news for all of you avid Tommy Wiseau fans. He’s back.

His newest contribution to the world of films is called Big Shark.

I’m so ready for this. Don’t get too excited just yet though, apparently filming hasn’t even started yet, but you know Rome wasn’t built in a day, and we’ve got to give the master some time.

To tide you over, here’s the trailer:

Okay, so we have the legendary ‘Ok, hi’. Greg Sestero is BACK. Drunk men are being slapped by angry women. This all seems normal-ish.

Then, there’s a very random, unexplained flood of water, and then a woman is eaten by a giant shark. That’s more like the Wiseau we know and love.

Honestly, it looks atrocious, but also spectacular? How does he manage it every single time?

Hopefully we won’t have to wait too long for what I’m sure will be the film of a generation.

Until then, take a look at Wiseau’s debut as the Joker. Where is his Oscar?

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