Clip and Pics from Fincher's 'Social Network'

David Fincher on the set of The Social Network
Photo: Columbia Pictures

As I mentioned in my new batch of just posted Oscar predictions, I saw David Fincher's The Social Network last night and while I'm holding off on rushing a review online I will tell you it is quite good, though not as good as the buzz that's been going around. However, that's not why you're here. You're here for a new clip from the film and the 19 new pictures I just added to the gallery.

First off, for the pics you simply need click here or on the pic of Fincher directly above.

As for the clip, it's directly below.

The Social Network hits theaters on October 1 and is based on the Ben Mezrich novel "The Accidental Billionaires," focusing on the evolution of Facebook from its 2004 creation on the Harvard campus by sophomore Mark Zuckerberg to a juggernaut with more than 500 million members.

  • Matthew Starr

    Great clip.
    It's raining...."

  • Andrew

    Good clip. I saw another clip online of Justin Timberlake. He was good and all but I can't figure out why he's getting Oscar buzz and not Eisenberg.

    • Carson Dyle

      Eisenberg, Garfield, and Timberlake are all getting Oscar buzz from all over the shop.

  • Scott M

    Oh man it's been a while since I've heard some great Sorkin dialogue, and this clip definitely delivers. I love Jesse Eisenberg from The Squid and the Whale, Adventureland, and Zombieland, and I haven't even seen The Living Wake or Holy Rollers yet from this year, but he's fast becoming one of my favorite actors working today, and he looks great here.

  • Grantharper

    This has rocketed up on my most anticipated list, can't wait to see it. It's great to see Jesse Eisenberg playing a roll that Michael Cera can't do.

    • Scott M

      I think this is the year for both Cera and Eisenberg to defy audience expectations of them.

      Cera showed a side he hadn't shown before in Scott Pilgrim, and really made me doubt the persona that he's been hampered by ever since hitting it big. For the first time since Superbad, I really felt like he actually created a character.

      Eisenberg has been getting too little credit for years now, unfortunately most of his detractors haven't seen his outrageously good performance in The Squid and the Whale, but now with The Social Network he's going to show everyone that he's capable of much much more than living in Michael Cera's shadow (a place in which I don't think he ever really belonged).

  • Danny King

    Seeing this film tomorrow, so I'll hold off on the clip for now. If I had to wait two more weeks, I might not have the willpower.

  • j_kad

    When I first heard about a "Facebook movie" being made, I laughed and brushed it off as garbage. However, after seeing the trailers, this clip and reading info about it, I can't wait to see it. It looks like a quality movie experience and not just some money grabbing trash. I do not have a Facebook account and do not want one, but this movie has my attention. The performance in this new clip just solidified my interest in seeing this. Ok, enough rambling and time to go back to lurking.

  • AJ

    I don't know what it is about this film, but every bit of it they've presented rubs me the wrong way. The clip above makes me want to see Eisenberg's character taken down hard... I find him truly repulsive in every clip and trailer. Not even compellingly evil or weaselly... just intolerable.

    As much as I love Aaron Sorkin, I'm going to pass on this one until it shows up on cable, at least.