The Social Network video trailer. Plus, Youtube & Twitter trailer spoofs!

Via on Oct 2, 2010

The parodies can be found on Youtube, of course—and they’re all over twitter. And Facebook.

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The Social Network. Facebook:

Twitter spoof:

Youtube spoof:

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3 Responses to “The Social Network video trailer. Plus, Youtube & Twitter trailer spoofs!”

  1. Brilliant! Great production on both the Twitter and YouTube fakes. Looking forward to watching "The Social Network"

    • elephant journal elephantjournal says:

      Me too–psyched. Between the director and the writer…well, I rarely go to movies…this one I can't wait to see.

  2. […] movie, ‘The Social Network’ features the birth of Facebook inside the milieu of partying college […]

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