Listen Here! All the secrets of the “The Room.” The inside, inside story before seeing “The Disaster Artist.”
Tommy Wiseau didn’t direct “The Room?” Sandy Schklair, played by Seth Rogan in The Disaster Artist, claims that when he was hired for this vanity project he was asked to “Tell the actors where to go and to call ‘action’ and ‘cut.” Sandy never thought the movie would be seen, by anyone.
Faster than you can say “Springtime for Hitler,” “The Room” is an international hit and Tommy is taking all the credit. Sandy sits down with host Adam Spiegelman and spills all the behind the scenes details of the movie that was never meant to be.
Fans, get ready! 93% of your questions about the film are answered. If you’ve never seen the film you’ll love the tale of how this movie got made.
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We recorded during Sandy’s lunch break on the Paramount lot. We’re in a tent, but you can still hear the wind flying by and workers working. I tried to cut out my audio when Sandy was talking to cut down on the background noise. Thanks to the sound crew at “Supah Ninjas” for recording the interview. – Adam
From The Verge Review:
Seth Rogen plays script supervisor Sandy Schklair, who has also claimed to be The Room’s de facto director, as an audience surrogate dryly observing the whole mess. In one of the most evocatively weird vignettes, Schklair and Sestero film take after take of Wiseau hearing a somber anecdote about domestic violence, vainly seeking any reaction other than canned laughter.