Ahead of its December premiere, A24 has unleashed the first official trailer for James Franco's The Disaster Artist. The film details the making of Polish-American actor and filmmaker Tommy Wiseau's The Room, which some critics refer to as one of the worst movies ever made.

Franco stars as Wiseau in The Disaster Artist, in addition to taking care of the directing duties. His brother, Dave, also appears in the anticipated flick, alongside Seth Rogen and Alison Brie, among others.

Ultimately, The Disaster Artist is based on a book of the same name by The Room co-star Greg Sesteros. You can look forward to the Franco-led picture landing in theaters December 1.

For more, see how Twitter is going wild for James Franco to win an Oscar for The Disaster Artist.

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