Louis C.K. made his final appearance on Jay Leno's "The Tonight Show," where he announced that he's about to release the first movie he ever made -- back in 1998. Though "Tomorrow Night" had an all-star cast with Steve Carell, Conan O'Brien, JB Smoove and Amy Poehler and Wanda Sykes, the movie wasn't released after it premiered at Sundance.
"It was a black-and-white movie and when I made it I wasn't anybody," he told Leno, adding, "it's the last black-and-white movie ever made."
C.K. may not have been an international star yet, but after he used $20,000 of his own funds to make the film, showbiz pals like Dennis Leary, Jon Stewart, and Chris Rock chipped in around $10,000 each.
"I owe all these people money now, if the movie makes money," he joked.
Like his stand-up, C.K. plans to release the movie direct-to-fans on his Web site some time in 2014.