First Look at Both Justin Timberlake and Jesse Eisenberg in ‘The Social Network’

Check out the two actors in the upcoming movie about the founders of Facebook.
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First Look at Both Justin Timberlake and Jesse Eisenberg in ‘The Social Network’

Splash News have unveiled 4 new photos of actors Justin Timberlake and Jesse Eisenberg on the set of The Social Network, the upcoming movie about the founders of Facebook.

By request, these photos have been removed.

The film, directed by David Fincher and written by Aaron Sorkin hits theaters on October 15th, 2010 and stars Starring:Jesse Eisenberg, Justin Timberlake, Andrew Garfield, Joe Mazzello, Rashida Jones.

Mark Zuckenberg created Facebook in 2004 at Harvard during his sophomore year. It now has over 60 million members and is valued at $16 billion. Eisenberg will play Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg; Timberlake will play Sean Parker, the Napster co-founder who became Facebook's founding president; and Andrew Garfield will play Eduardo Saverin, the Facebook co-founder who fell out with Zuckerberg over money.

The Social Network was released October 1st, 2010.

Sources: Splash News

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  • narrator • 5 years ago

    Fincher is a genius, and Sorkin as mentioned is not half bad at all. So I will watch this with interest. But after this is done, Fincher better get to work on The Killer and Black Hole.

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    • clockworkcookie • 5 years ago

      One of the most stupid subjects possible for a movie... I sure hope Mushy is right.

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      • illuminati • 5 years ago

        Aaron Sorkin & David Fincher together??? Damn, they could make a movie about the world largest pumpkin; i'll still check it out!!!

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        • stiles • 5 years ago

          poke

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          • nivle • 5 years ago

            really? nothing better to do but make a movie about facebook founders.... Damn

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            • mushy • 5 years ago

              I have it on good authority that Fincher has Timberlake and Eisenberg punching keys in a way that we've never seen on screen before. Apparently, he has lit the keyboard from the bottom and yet made all the light sort of look like it's descending downward. Basically, everytime these guys code for FACEBOOK (which is what the movie is about, the site being built, it ends when Eisenberg's character logs in as the first user, FYI), we are going to see different lighting schemes. It is going to be dark and SEVEN-esque.

              Fincher apparently is making a social statement with THE SOCIAL NETWORK. As if these sites are serial killers in a virtual way. Like they suck our lives away or something.

              It should be interesting. There is also some interesting stuff being done with the scenes of these guys whiteboarding out the site before launch. I also have it on good word that those parts, and those parts only, are going to be 3D using a new technology called slotting.

              When I get more information I will post that.

              Mushy '10

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              • zanyzap • 5 years ago

                Come on, guys. The movie has a lot more going for it than just the awesome, mighty David Fincher. Aaron Sorkin, as Brian mentioned, is an excellent writer, who should deliver a great script. The cast isn't terrible. Anyone who saw Alpha Dog knows Timberlake has the chops to deliver a decent performance; even if he is a boy-band dropout. Eisenberg is f*cking annoying, but that'll probably play to his advantage, because well - computer geeks are usually f*cking annoying.

                Whatever. I'm sold. I'll see it.

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                • narzion • 5 years ago

                  yeah, me too, Fincher is the only reason

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                  • sardinas • 5 years ago

                    I might check this out only because Fincher is directing.

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                    • brian • 5 years ago

                      @soylentgreen I think that's what gives this flick legs. Fincher directing and the stellar Aaron Sorkin writing... this thing should be poised for greatness. I guess we'll see when we get our first look at the trailer.

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                      • soylentgreen • 5 years ago

                        I cannot believe that David FIncher is directing this. WHat the f*ck?

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                        • brian • 5 years ago

                          Haha... you guys are funny.

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                          • solarxi • 5 years ago

                            Rashida Jones is probably why I'll see this. Other than that, it's pointless.

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                            • cripple • 5 years ago

                              Fincher is the only reason I have faith in this.

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                              • radimus-83 • 5 years ago

                                See JT has gone back to his old N-Sync hair do. Even in 2010 it looks f*cking stupid!

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                                • zanyzap • 5 years ago

                                  True dat...

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                                  • brian • 5 years ago

                                    Nice. Can't wait for this one. Fincher. Sorkin. It's gonna be epic!

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