What Tommy Wiseau Wanted to Say Before James Franco Stopped Him

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Franco sported one of the evening's popular Time's Up pins - supporting the awards show's anti-sexual-misconduct movement - while accepting his Globe for Best Actor in a Motion Picture Musical or Comedy for his performance in "The Disaster Artist". 'Cause if so, they may be onto something here.

Instead, Franco referenced something Wiseau said before setting out to make The Room, a movie that's so bad it's wonderful.

"[Harding] was overwhelmed by being in a room like that", Janney told ET's Kevin Frazier backstage after winning her award. The subject matter, about the guy who made what many say is the "worst movie ever made", just sounded unappealing to me.

Allison Janney Wins Best Supporting Actress Golden Globe, Reveals 'Tonya Harding Is Here Tonight!' . One of those people was Ally Sheedy, who tweeted from an unverified account. But the truth is, it was Franco's work that was being honored, and he's been very grateful for Wiseau up to this point.

"Why is a man hosting?" she asked in her first Golden Globes tweet, all of which have since been deleted (but screenshots can be seen on Vanity Fair). Said too much. Nite love ya #goldenglobes, ' Sheedy, 55, tweeted.

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Sheedy did not clarify if the tweets were related to a specific encounter she had with Franco or Slater, 48.

"James Franco just won", she posted.

Franco directed Sheedy in a 2014 Off-Broadway production of The Long Shrift, but the actress didn't clarify whether that experience was connected to her statements. But now The Room has a legit champion in James Franco, who together with his best friend (Seth Rogen) and his brother (Dave Franco) made a loving tribute to the making-of this awkward nightmare of a drama in The Disaster Artist.

You can read the full story here at The Los Angeles Times. "This year, I've learned from all of my friends and collaborators". "'Golden Globes, so what?"

James was already making headlines for his weird speech, which began with the actor denying Tommy Wiseau - the man he portrays in The Disaster Artist - a chance to speak after inviting him up on stage.