Attention, fans of historically horrible cinema! This week, Tommy Wiseau, director of a movie notoriously known as the worst movie of all time ('The Room'), has expressed his interest in directing the next 'Fantastic Four' installment.
If you've seen 'The Room' before, I'm sure you've got a pretty good idea of how bad of an idea this would be.
If you haven't seen 'The Room', what the hell is wrong with you? Go watch it right now.
During an interview with Milwaukee Magazine's Tom Fuchs, the topic of 20th Century Fox's decision to move forward with a sequel to this year's 'Fantastic Four' movie came up, in which Tommy commented:
"You know, I told you I saw this Fantastic Four. I'm not being critical - let me put it this way, I like it, I did enjoy it number one. Number two, it's too bad they didn't call me, that's all I want to say and I rest my case. That's all I can tell you. Maybe if there's a sequel, you know. You know, maybe your article gets me that job, who knows what will happen."
Part of me actually thinks this might be a good idea. I mean, the franchise can't get any worse, can it? And I feel like the people of the Internet's dark corners love Tommy Wiseau. At least he can sell more seats, right?
Plus, this is the guy who brought you these winning quotes:
And of course, the iconic:
How do you those of you who've seen 'The Room' feel about Tommy Wiseau wanting to direct a 'Fantastic Four' movie? Let me know in the comments below. I KNOW there's got to be other people on here who are fans.