Even weirder, when I looked up the site's domain registration, it appeared to be registered to none other than Greg Sestero, Wiseau's longtime friend and co-star in Every answer I sought about this website only yielded more questions.
Once you make an account, you can choose to connect with boys, girls, or movie fans. I don't know if you know, but I'm the designer as well.
You can also select whether you're there for friends, chatting, dates, felatio [sic], or whatever "vampire cutting" is.
Then there's a "3D chat" function, which puts you in a 3D-rendered penthouse overlooking the ocean while a demonic voiceover of Tim Curry from the 1985 film narrates: "Beneath the skin, we are already one. Even now, the evil seed of what you've done germinates within you." Screencap of the 3D chat room on The Room For a dating site purportedly for fans of, though, TRD has scant few nods to its namesake film.
Besides the aforementioned checkbox to connect with other fans, the only real connections to the movie I could find were on the site's social-media pages (like a "tearing apart" reference on the Twitter page).
merch one might expect (shirts, posters, footballs), as well as a line of unisex underwear with "TOMMY WISEAU" prominently displayed on the waistband of each pair. I was told by your guy you called them "open style underwear."No, I'm not familiar with that one.
So I wasn't entirely surprised when I heard about a new dating site catering primarily to fans of .
On the surface, The Room sounds cute, if not a bit niche—a place for fans of the film to congregate and find love.
Sure, the interface looks like it was built in the Myspace era, with all its widgets and sidebar menus, but it's got all the standard-issue components for a dating site.
And I think one of the ways we are promoting is The Room Dating.com, and they have a tremendous response there, so this is one of the, you know, territories where it happens, basically. And we have three different styles, actually three different styles, actually six different styles, but it's typical two styles.