Join our live chat with 'Social Network' stars Andrew Garfield and Jesse Eisenberg on Saturday
For Jesse Eisenberg and Andrew Garfield, 2010 had to be some kind of crazy year. Eisenberg started things off playing a drug dealing Orthodox Jew in "Holy Rollers" and Garfield a soulful clone in "Never Let Me Go." Both were small, well-received movies that not a whole lot of people saw.
But things were very different with the release of "The Social Network," David Fincher's film about the founding of Facebook. The movie, in which Eisenberg plays Harvard undergrad Mark Zuckerberg, who with his friend — and soon to be frenemy — Eduardo Saverin (Garfield) launches the site, caught on with audiences and critics alike and is now hitting the awards season like a bullet train.
So what must have it been like working with Fincher? Or Justin Timberlake? The actors will be joining us at 10 a.m. Saturday (Jan. 8) for a live chat to discuss the film, their roles, future projects and to answer all your questions. Sign up below.
Photo: Andrew Garfield, left, and Jesse Eisenberg in "The Social Network." Credit: Columbia Tristar.