For everyone who has ever watched Tommy Wiseau's immortal "The Room" and wondered, "How the hell did that even happen?" comes possibly the most important piece of literature ever printed.
On October 1, Greg Sestero, aka "Oh, hi, Mark", aka "Wait, he's also the Line Producer?", aka "He's also one of Tommy Wiseau's five personal assistants???", releases his opus The Disaster Artist: My Life Inside The Room, The Greatest Bad Movie Ever Made, and as far as we're concerned, this is capital-I IMPORTANT.
As the popularity of "The Room" has grown over the last decade, Sestero has emerged as an unlikely hero. He seems an unwitting accomplice to Wiseau's cinematic crimes, but also a sympathetic friend, appreciating the director's pure desire to create something, even if that something turned out to be "The Room."