Watch: Wiseau, Bizarre Director of ‘The Room,’ Preps New Movie

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Tommy Wiseau is moving up in the world: He went from a Room to a House!

Wiseau, the enigmatic auteur behind the cult film The Room, is back in a new short film, The House That Drips Blook on Alex. The 12-minute short will premiere at Comic-Con July 24. Its producers, surely very objectively, call it “amazingly hilarious, scary, weird, and off the wall bonkers.”

If you couldn’t tell from the trailer above, Wiseau will play ‘Alex.’

NewsFeed wishes it had more to report about the plot of the film. Why is the house bleeding? Why doesn’t Alex just move out of the way? Will the blood make him fed up with this world? We are anxiously awaiting the first dispatches from Comic-Con.

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chellappan.sriram
chellappan.sriram

Is College worth it? wrong question... Is college worth at the current cost? should be the question we should be asking... Pricing of a commodity used to be based on marginal cost, then the pricing was based on demand... Now the pricing is based on hyped up demand...

jill.j
jill.j

Ok, the fact that we even have student loans is disgusting. Why is the US so behind other countries in providing national services to all citizens? Students in the UK, Germany, Spain, France, Czech Rep, Japan, and so on, go to college for free. The taxes paid go directly into offering services for everyone with citizenship. These countries have solid education during school that prepares everyone for a working life in that country, and those who want to work in fields that require a higher education (doctors for example) go to college, and it's paid for by the country. It is absolutely ridiculous that the US doesn't offer the same to it's citizens, and as far as I can see, doesn't even entertain the idea! I am outraged that I am saddled with so much student debt. When are we going to get our act together, US? It's embarrassing that we aren't addressing real problems in our country. We are so easily distracted by sensational issues that have no bearing on our economy that those people with decision making power can and do take advantage of us year after year. When are we going to stop, reevaluate and address real issues?

miyaautumn
miyaautumn

There ARE solutions helping to not have to take out those amounts of loans. There exist 529 plans and platforms like www.instagrad.com!

piedpiper
piedpiper

The best thing to do is not get married.  You think paying for a car and eating out are expensive?  Try paying $2500/month alimony to your ex wife who is 31 and is too lazy to get a job.  Be single!  If you cant to that, at least get a prenup.  400K in student loans is much better deal than having a wife.

mattyshore33
mattyshore33

This article should explain how in 2012 the Federal Government raked in $17 billion in profits from student loans. Why is there no help to get these student loans paid off? All the new programs under Obama actually cost you more in interest and extends the loan. My credit cards are paid off faster than Any of my federal or private student loans. My private lenders work with me more as well. Federal lenders think everyone is making fantastic money and have no struggles but in reality the job market is poor and inflation is being felt. I will never be able to buy a house, I have not gone on vacation in 8 years although our president takes on every few months. I have to have my mother cosign for me just to buy a dependable car so I spend less in repair bills every year and get better mpg. I eat the cheapest foods I can find. Mostly rice and beans because fresh veggies and fruit is way too much money, even local produce is expensive. Nothing is helping us in repayment and we are not trying to be deadbeats, but the current administration is putting the weight of the economy and the agenda like healthcare on our shoulders. Obama wants us to be able to enjoy life yet he also wants us to pay the biggest share which clearly we can not. We are a wasted and scarified generation and we still have to take sh*t from older generations that we are lazy when its not true. We are just cleaning up the mess our previous generations handed to us.

ThomasRockford
ThomasRockford

The smart way to pay back student loans faster is to obviously save more and spend less.. I would start by looking at automobile costs as they are the biggest expense for most ppl in this country. You don't need an expensive policy from a company like GEICO.. they charge WAY too much (your premiums will go to pay for their TV ads). Get a basic policy and aim for around $25/month (check out 4AutoInsuranceQuote) and then put away the money u save... or better yet - use it to pay back your student loan debt.