What Tommy Wiseau Wanted to Say on Stage — Golden Globes

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When James Franco won his acting award, he immediately said, "The first person I have to thank is the man himself, Tommy Wiseau".

"I don't wait for Hollywood, I make my own movie".

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

"The Room", the best worst movie ever made, is finally getting the nationwide release its eccentric creator and star Tommy Wiseau imagined when he premiered the film 14 years ago.

Wiseau was there in the audience, and got to go on stage for Franco's win.

'Why is a man hosting? The Room is heading back into theaters today and showings are already sold out for the cult classic that has a brand new resurgence in popularity thanks to James Franco's The Disaster Artist. "Said too much. Nite love ya", The Breakfast Club alum wrote. She then named Christian Slater in another tweet. They accused her seeking attention as she made the accusations just after Franco won the award. Franco shut that down pretty quick, but it was probably the only way that moment could have gone. Was she talking about a personal experience she had with Franco?

Soon after he was announced as the victor, The Breakfast Club star Ally Sheedy, who appeared in Franco's 2014 off-Broadway play The Long Shrift, posted a number of tweets, which were later deleted, expressing her disgust at Franco's win and questioning why he was allowed at the Golden Globes. Or was she alluding to Franco's previous scandals? At the time, Sheedy called Franco "a lovely, generous man" in a New York Times profile. Actress Violet Paley claimed that Franco has once sexually assaulted her and even tried to entice her 17-year-old friend to his hotel room. He had later chalked out the exchange calling it his bad judgement.

Actress Ally Sheedy, pictured at SXSW on March 16, 2015 in Austin, Texas, called out James Franco on Twitter after his Golden Globes win.

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