The two-volume film will play in U.S. theaters for four nights only.
The Room‘s Tommy Wiseau and Greg Sestero are returning to theaters soon with the two-volume road trip adventure, Best F(r)iends.
The film, written by Sestero, is coming to nearly 600 U.S. theaters for four nights only, with the first volume playing on March 30 and April 2, followed by the second volume on June 1 and 4. All four screenings will be played at 8pm PT/ET. Watch the trailer below:
The story is inspired by a real-life road trip Wiseau and Sestero took after the production of The Room in April 2003. It follows Sestero playing a drifter who is taken in by Wiseau’s mortician. The duo hatch an underground enterprise, but their plans unravel due to greed, hatred and jealousy.
The drifter runs off with the spoils, with the two men embarking on an expedition across the Southwest featuring crazy characters. Paul Scheer (Human Giant, Veep) also stars in the film, which features a musical score from Daniel Platzman of Imagine Dragons.
Tickets can be purchased at FathomEvents.com or at participating theater box offices. Exclusive behind-the-scenes footage and outtakes will accompany the screenings.
For more on The Room, be sure to read IGN’s review of The Disaster Artist, which is based on Sestero’s New York Times best-selling book of the same name. Also be sure to check out why we think The Room is one of the best worst movies ever made.
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