HOLLYWOOD – James Franco has admitted to burying Tommy Wiseau in an unmarked grave.
Following his best actor victory at the Golden Globes, James Franco took the inspiration for The Disaster Artist Tommy Wiseau to an undisclosed location and buried him in an unmarked grave. It is unclear whether Wiseau was alive when he was buried. Franco spoke to journalists at an after party and brushing the desert sand from his trousers, defended his actions:
Tommy directed one of the worst films ever made. The Room. But he soon became the inspiration for a wonderful film and performance by me. James Franco. And his brother David Franco and Seth Rogan and you know the rest. So Tommy has more than served his purpose. It became clear however that Tommy is not content with serving as my inspiration and now he actually wants to speak to people and I just couldn’t let that happen.
But why kill him?
I didn’t say I killed him. No one said I killed him. did you hear me say I killed him?
But you buried him.
I did. I buried him in an unmarked grave so you’ll never find him.
So he’ll be dead.
What’s your next film going to be?
I want to make a film about Jim Carrey making the documentary Jim and Andy about Jim Carrey playing Andy Kaufman in Man in the Moon.