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Tommy Wiseau Rocks Out In Punk Music Video by The Armed

Tommy Wiseau Rocks Out In Punk Music Video by The Armed

Thanks to The Disaster Artist, the world at large is finally catching on to the wizardry of Tommy Wiseau, the unique actor/director with the strange accent and even stranger idea of how to dramatically emote on camera. In the latest experimental noise-punk music video for “Role Models,” by Detroit-based The Armed, the band basically put Tommy in a swamp camouflage suit and told him to react to the song any way he felt like.

The problem with putting Wiseau in a music video, of course, is that if the audio is just the song, you’re robbed of his distinct line-readings and dialogue delivery. So they have him introduce it first, and more…

Did you watch all the way to the end? Because when you think it’s over…it’s not. And when you think it’s over but it’s not and then it’s really over…it’s still not. Make sure the YouTube red bar is all the way to the end, because as befits a video that premiered on Adult Swim‘s Toonami, awkward silences are part of the whole overall effect. And naturally, Wiseau doesn’t miss the chance to get a version of his favorite line of dialogue that he ever wrote (heavily cribbing from James Dean, as The Disaster Artist showed) and delivered in there.

Since it appears to be Wiseau’s world now and we’re all just living in it, what would you like to see him do next? Tourism commercials for his favorite state “Oh-hai-o,” maybe? Put your ideas into practice in comments below, because the computer business is tough.

Images: Adult Swim/The Armed

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