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Trailer drops for Tommy Wiseau’s first film since the legendary The Room

Trailer drops for Tommy Wiseau’s first film since the legendary The Room

Fans are losing it over Wiseau's new horror flick, Big Shark.

Tommy Wiseau has just dropped the trailer for his new film.

It’s been almost two decades since the cult classic The Room was released.

While it’s been a hot minute since Wiseau dipped his feet back into the acting, directing and writing pool - truly, a jack of all trades - he’s back with an upcoming horror film.

The trailer was released for Big Shark and it’s already been viewed over one million times.

Fans were absolutely living for the sneak peek, as one wrote: “This is pure cinema.”

Another said: “Wow Big Shark is finally coming out?!? That’s pretty neat.”

A third commented: “If they make a movie called Big Shark about a big shark anything less than a masterpiece I will be surprised.”

While another shared: “As soon as I saw Tommy Wiseau’s name, I was sold.”

Big Shark will follow three New Orleans firefighters who work together to protect the city from a big shark. I mean, simply amazing.

According to Variety, the film will be released on April 2, with a premiere at Cinema 21 in Portland.

Screenings all over the country will follow in the coming months.

The film also stars Room actor Greg Sestero - ‘Oh hi Mark!’

Aside from the 2003 cult flick, Sestero is perhaps best known for his well-received memoir The Disaster Artist, which also served as the inspiration behind 2017 film and starred Seth Rogen and James Franco.

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In the memoir, Sestero details the bizarre experience working on The Room and his relationship with Wiseau.

But for big fans of The Room, you’ll be delighted to know there’s also a remake in the works.

SlashFilm first reported that the remake was underway, and Better Call Saul star Bob Odenkirk corroborated the story, teasing that he had a ‘blast’ while playing Wiseau’s role in the original film, Johnny.

“This is real. This is true. And let me tell you, I tried my best to SELL every line, as honestly as I could...and I had a BLAST,” he tweeted earlier this month.

While there’s little we know about the project right now, SlashFilm confirmed that money made from the production would go towards a charity called amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research.

And fans are already buzzing, as one person wrote: “This is bonkers and I absolutely cannot wait.”

While another said: “Cinema is saved. Thanks, Bob.”

No word yet on its release date.

Featured Image Credit: Wiseau-Films

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