No such luck. However, the Los Angeles Times caught up with Wiseau after the ceremony, at which point praised Franco as an actor and director. She also wrote, "If a famous actor who has the ability to make or break my career with the snap of his fingers offers me a part, I don't have bargaining power".
She has since deleted the tweets.
The toe-curling moment was far from over as Dave Franco doubled over in hysterics as he watched the chaos unfold.
Even when he hands James Franco redemption on a silver platter, the auteur behind The Room just can't get the full-blown Hollywood experience he deserves.
The Breakfast Club actress made it clear she was not on board with Franco's attendance to the Golden Globes or his award.More news: Intel keynote misses the mark on Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities
"This was billed as the movie about making the best worst movie ever made", continued Franco, "but in fact it's a story about friendship", he said, thanking Seth Rogen and others involved in the film.
He has yet to weigh in on Ms. Sheedy's tweets.
Other women used social media to exploit the actor as well, including actress Sarah Tither-Kaplan, who claimed Franco had exposed himself to her before. When James was giving his acceptance speech for playing Tommy Wiseau in The Disaster Artist, Ally was watching and tweeting some serious shade. "This year, I've learned from all of my friends and collaborators". While Sheedy didn't provide more details, she was clearly accusing Franco of something.
Many expected Kaluuya to take the award following his memorable performance in Jordan Peele's horror movie Get Out, but Franco's starring role in The Disaster Artist proved strong enough to take the gong.
The girl met Franco outside his Broadway production of "Of Mice and Men", and the two began to exchange messages on Instagram, which eventually leaked online.