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The second trailer for The Social Network, an upcoming film about the founding of Facebook, is now live, and it’s even more melodramatic than the actual website.
Ominous, Dark Knight-esque music scored by Nine Inch Nails’s Trent Reznor? Check.
A cacophony of overwrought, dramatic acting sped up to sound much more intense? Check.
Justin Timberlake as Sean Parker, the co-founder of Napster and the first president of Facebook? Double check.
Yes, this film, which is based on Ben Mezrich’s novel The Accidental Billionaires, is destined for mediocrity, thanks, in large part, to these contrived attempts at capturing the real-life drama that surrounded the founding of Facebook. But, rest assured, I will still be at the theater this October with popcorn in tow and my fingers ready to update my status as the film plods along. After all, there is nothing more Meta than watching Facebook’s creation as you use it.
And, above all else, I will finally have the answer to the question that has kept me up at night for the past six years: Did Mark Zuckerberg’s plan to get laid by creating a social networking site actually work?