Interactive Trailer for David Fincher’s THE SOCIAL NETWORK

     September 15, 2010

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Sony has released an interactive trailer for David Fincher’s The Social Network.  Like the Scott Pilgrim vs. The World i-Trailer that was release last month, you’re provided facts, videos, commentary, and other assorted goodies as you watch.  While the trailer itself was already released and therefore offers no new footage, there’s still plenty to learn from this i-Trailer and you could eat up a good half-hour of your day reading and watching all it has to offer.

The film, which stars Jesse Eisenberg, Andrew Garfield, and Justin Timberlake, has been receiving early rave reviews.  In Steve’s review, he said the film was to the 2000s what Easy Rider was to the 1960s and Wall Street was to the 1980s.  Hit the jump to check out the interactive trailer.  The Social Network opens October 1st.

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