25 September 2010 1191 Views

Watch a Live Webcast for “The Social Network” On MySpace

by Dan Koelsch

Talk about a perfect idea. Columbia Pictures is having a live webcast on Sunday, September 26th (tomorrow!) for The Social Network, and it will be on the film’s MySpace page. This is quite the jab at Facebook, as the film is a dramatization of the sordid rise of the 2nd biggest website in the world, and it usurped MySpace as the go-to place for social networking. Get more details after the break.

The webcast starts at 5:30pm Eastern (2:30pm Pacific), and will have stars Jesse Eisenberg, Andrew Garfield, Armie Hammer, and Justin Timberlake along with screenwriter Aaron Sorkin. They’ll be doing a Q&A hosted by Olivia Munn, so it should be worth checking out. Until then, watch one of the recent TV spots below.





Side note: MySpace is currently the 34th top site in the world.



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