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Louis C.K. Releases His 1998 Film TOMORROW NIGHT At His Website Today

Louis C.K. Releases His 1998 Film TOMORROW NIGHT At His Website Today

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.

Here’s a trailer for Tomorrow Night, and if that’s not enough for you, go and watch one of our favorite wonderfully bizarre short films by Louis C.K. in black-and-white, Hello There.

Buy the movie here after noon ET Wednesday (1/29).

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Comments

  1. Kristoffer says:

    Conan looked so cute back then.