"The first person I have to thank is the man himself, Tommy Wiseau", Franco said as Wiseau made his way to the stage.
Their wishes were fulfilled when Wiseau told the LA Times that it would have been, "If a lot of people loved each other, the world would be a better place to live".
Instead, he quoted Wiseau at the event, saying, "Golden Globes, so what?" The American Dream is alive, and it's real.
Needless to say, everyone (including Seth Rogen) was wondering just what The Room star would have said had he gotten the chance.
So just what would Wiseau have said, given his moment in the spotlight? He has a higher profile in Hollywood than ever, and on Wednesday, he's getting what he's waited his whole life for with a nationwide, one-day release of The Room in 600 theaters. I make my own movie.
During the award ceremony, actress Ally Sheedy, best known for her role in the coming-of-age comedy-drama film The Breakfast Club, also shared a series of cryptic tweets questioning Franco's presence at the event.
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