Louis C.K. is at it again, and by “at it again,” I mean that he’s continuing to revolutionize production and distribution models. At noon (ET) today (Wednesday, January 29th), he’ll release, on his website for $5, his long-lost 1998 film Tomorrow Night, with appearances from familiar faces galore, from JB Smoove to Steve Carell to even Conan O’Brien and way more. It’s in black-and-white, but with The Artist and Frances Ha, it’s probably as good timing as it’ll ever be for Louie to release his own black-and-white indie movie.
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