Five of the Best Cameos in The Disaster Artist

How does a movie about one of the worst films ever made, get Oscar buzz? Someone let me know because I haven’t completely figured it out yet.

When I first saw the trailer for The Disaster Artist, my first thought was…no. A movie about a bad movie just sounded bad. But, as much as it pains me to admit it, I actually enjoyed this film. It was unique, odd, funny, cringeworthy and way better than I thought it was going to be.

While watching this film, I noticed several cameos from famous celebrities that made this whole thing even more ridiculous. Here are 5 of my favorites:

***Warning: Spoilers below!!!***

1.Melanie Griffith

Did you think Tommy’s acting coach at the beginning of the film looked familiar? That’s because that was Melanie Griffith- Working Girl and mother of Dakota Johnson a.k.a. Anastasia Steele from Fifty Shades of Grey.

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2. Bryan Cranston

This one is a little more obvious but Bryan Cranston was playing, well, Bryan Cranston. Sadly, the encounter with Cranston and Greg about a possible small role on Malcolm in the Middle didn’t actually happen in real life but hey, the scene wasn’t (breaking) bad.

3. Sharon Stone

Who better to play a stone-cold, Hollywood agent than Sharon Stone? Honestly, I didn’t recognize her at first but once I did, I thought she was brilliant for the brief role.

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4. Zach Efron

How many people caught that the “thug” was Zac Efron right away? I should have figured that James Franco and Seth Rogen would add in their best pal somehow into this film.

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5. Tommy Wiseau

If you didn’t watch till the very end of the credits, you would have missed the best cameo of all. Tommy Wiseau (the real one) has a conversation with Tommy Wiseau (James Franco) at a party and let me just say, it’s hilarious to see the pair interacting.

The Disaster Artist is playing in theaters now!

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