WAS the world's worst filmmaker in the running to direct the next Star Wars?
Well, probably not.
But it looks like Tommy Wiseau, director of cult classic The Room, was still disappointed to hear news that the directing responsibilities for Star Wars: Episode VII had been given to J.J Abrams.
“The star war would of been a dream”, tweeted Mr Wiseau today, suggesting that the news.
Mr Wiseau rose to fame after directing, writing, producing, starring in The Room, a bizarre vanity project that cost him US$6million ($5739429).
The film, with its astonishingly stilted dialogue, meandering plot and stunningly weird acting, has amassed a huge and dedicated cult following.
It is widely thought to be one the worst films of all time, despite originally being advertised as "a film with the passion of Tennessee Williams.”
(i get to interview him after I watch it with him too!)
mods the words are like this for some reason, I can't fix it. sorry.