Tommy Wiseaus Creepy New Movie Isnt Actually A Movie At All–Its A Music Video

Youre tearing him apart, Lisa!

Update:Though it was reported thatScary Lovewould be the next film to star Tommy Wiseau, it turns out none of that was actually true. Instead,Scary Loveis actually a music video by the band The Neighbourhood, starring Wiseau shooting laser guns in a neon diner. While still incredibly on-brand for the writer, director, and star ofThe Room, its hard not to be disappointed that the project isnt the movie we were expecting. You can take a look at the music video below, then continue on for the original story.

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Are you ready for a newTommy Wiseaumovie? Whether you are or not, the mastermind behind the cult classic filmThe Room–which inspiredThe Disaster Artist–is ready for the world to see his next project. And, of course, it looks just as bizarre as the movie that made Wiseau famous.

Scary Loveis directed by Jennifer Juniper Stratford, whose previous credits include being a wardrobe supervisor on MTVsJackassand serving as writer and director for the web seriesMultinauts. At this point, there is no announced release date forScary Love. However, Wiseau also has the movieBest F(r)iends, in which he co-stars with hisThe Roomcollaborator Greg Sestero, releasing in two parts in March and June 2018.

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Scary Loveis set in a neon-lit future Los Angeles. A plot synopsis reads, Tommy Wiseau plays a bounty hunter in search of his long lost love. But while the Wars of Cancellation have turned his city to rubble his search for love is rife with complications in a population full of mutants, freaks, and cannibals.

Tommy Wiseaus Creepy New Movie Isnt Actually A Movie At All–Its A Music Video

If there is one thing society needs, its Wiseau starring as the hero of a sci-fi movie set in a dystopian future hellscape, right? Whats better, the movies description promises practical special effects, laser beams, and lunatic ideas worthy of a classic B-movie.

While this may sound like something that would come from Wiseaus mind–which must be filled with lunatic ideas–hes merely the star of this particular project. Thats right, he was hired by another director to act in the film. Perhaps,The Roomreally has paid off.

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