Louis C.K. Teases Lost Movie 'Tomorrow Night,' Announces Release Date On Letterman

01/28/2014 10:46 am ET | Updated Jan 28, 2014
  • Katla McGlynn Senior Comedy & Viral Editor, The Huffington Post

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.

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:

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