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The Social Network, actors Jesse Eisenberg & Andrew Garfield

(Note: Earlier, I noticed that this outputted incorrectly and the boys had been “Abdul-ed.” A corrected version of the video is now up.)

7 Responses to “The Social Network, actors Jesse Eisenberg & Andrew Garfield”

  1. sanj says:

    its been linked on a gossip blog …check
    out the comments

  2. QWSL says:

    Be together!!!!!!!!!!!!Please!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. mutinyco says:

    It took me all day to get “Abdul-ed.”

    Ironically, these guys, obviously, as well as Abdul, owe their success to Fincher.

  4. ind says:

    Awesome interview with two of the coolest and talented dudes. I love the DP/30 format, too.

  5. JP says:

    Thanks for uploading the video in Quicktime to view on iPhone. Jesse has a fabulous sense of humor. I’ve seen The Social Network four times thus far and he always manages to surprise me with yet another nuance in his complex performance. I can’t wait to own TSN on DVD.

  6. David Poland says:

    JP… it’s on HTML5, I believe. We used to run everything in Quicktime, but people complained about the size of the files. But yes, it was a priority to make these viewable on all delivery systems.

  7. sanj says:

    my favorite part of the entire interview is when Jesse talks about how he doesn’t watch movies and got confused about the Hnagover movie

    DP – post that 2 minute clip on youtube.


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