Download Louis C.K.’s Unreleased First Film “Tomorrow Night” Online For $5

January 8, 2014

I personally think Louis C.K. is a brilliant comedian. I’m a fan of his standup, his show on FX and him as a person. I admire his DIY approach to his projects, such as producing, writing and editing his own show on his laptop. However, before he was a success he did a lot of little things. He wrote for various TV shows and directed short films… even a full length feature.

In 1998 C.K. wrote and directed his first film called TOMORROW NIGHT, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. It starred then-newcomers Steve Carell, Amy Poehler, JB Smoove, Wanda Sykes and many others, but was never picked up for distribution. Well, after all these years, Louis C. K. is going to release the film himself on his website for $5 this February.

Check out the announcement he made on The Tonight Show With Jay Leno, which features a clip from the film. I know I’ll be downloading my copy from louisck.net.

“I have a movie that I made in ’98, which is 15 years ago now, it’s the first movie that I made. It’s called ‘Tomorrow Night’ and it went to Sundance and all this stuff, but it never got released, ever. And I’m putting it out for $5 on my web site. It’s a big, funny movie. And you can see it starting in February.”

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