Better Call Saul's Bob Odenkirk has filmed a remake of infamous movie The Room

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Bob Odenkirk has filmed a remake of The RoomJohn Lamparski - Getty Images

Better Call Saul star Bob Odenkirk has confirmed he has filmed a remake of cult classic bad movie The Room.

The infamous 2003 film from Tommy Wiseau is widely regarded as one of the worst movies ever made, though has gained a huge following since its release, even inspiring hit Hollywood movie The Disaster Artist.

Talk has been doing the rounds on social media in recent weeks that Odenkirk has been filming a greenscreen remake of the movie, taking over Wiseau's role.

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Brando Crawford also revealed on Instagram that he has directed the project, sharing a still of production with the actor.

Responding to the speculation on Twitter, Odenkirk wrote: "This is real. This is true. And let me tell you, I tried my best to SELL every line, as honestly as I could...and I had a BLAST".

According to /Film, the full-length production will benefit amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research, with Acting For a Cause also involved.

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As well as the remake, Odenkirk is lining up a new TV role in series Lucky Hank, where he plays an English professor going through a midlife crisis.

It follows the star concluding his acclaimed turn in Breaking Bad spin-off series Better Call Saul last year.

Meanwhile, back in September Odenkirk admitted he would like to dip back into action cinema after starring in movie Nobody.

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Tommy Wiseau in The RoomWiseau-Films

"I was very surprised by Nobody. I had initiated that project because I had a feeling that the character I was developing in Better Call Saul was the kind of character you see in an action film. He has earnest desires and he was willing to sacrifice himself," he said.

"I still train multiple times a week, and if I get my way you're going to see me doing more action. I found the action sequences a great deal of fun and close to doing sketch comedy. I love the early Jackie Chan films which had humour in them. I'd like to get that in the future.

"It's almost like people like to see older people lose their shit. Why does that seem to make sense to everyone? It's funny."

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