The first movie Louis C.K. ever directed, a black-and-white comedy called "Tomorrow Night," has been sitting under his bed since 1998. This week, it finally hits the Internet.
Just has he promised earlier this month, Louis announced on on "The Late Show" Monday night that "Tomorrow Night" will be available on his website for $5 starting at noon on Wednesday, Jan. 28.
Watch the video above to see Louis show a clip from his lost directorial debut, which was screened at the Sundance Film Festival but was never released. Louis describes "Tomorrow Night" as the story of a guy who runs a photo store (lamenting that those no longer exist) who sits in a bowl of ice cream naked at night "because it relaxes him." It also features cameos from the now-famous J.B. Smoove, Amy Poehler, Steve Carell and Conan O'Brien. You can watch the trailer here.
For more from Louis' Letterman interview, check out the clips below:
On achieving "a certain level of fame."
On his first bad film role:
On shooting "Louie" in China: