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Written by Ivan Radford   
Thursday, 15 July 2010 22:20

Like. Love. Stalk. Poke. Ping. Bing. Phonesex. Skype.

It's impossible not to have at least one of these reactions to the new, fully-formed, footage-containing trailer for The Social Network. David Fincher's tale of Mark Zuckerberg's controversial founding of Facebook has followed two brilliantly original text-based teasers with a conventional, but still staggering, theatrical trailer. Is it the Facebook activity that eases us into the story's basic setup? The choral version of Creep that hangs in the background? The fact that it has actual people in it?

Whatever the secret ingredient is, David Fincher has it in spades here - everything looks flawless so far in the run-up to the film's October release. It's got Andrew Garfield in it, ready to exhibit him to an audience of internet users, as well as Justin Timberlake and the wonderful Jesse Eisenberg. It's directed by a meticulous genius. And it's written by Aaron Sorkin.

Even with its naff title and a premise that sounds boring when you first hear it, there is no way The Social Network can suck. Read on for the video and share in the truth - you owe it to yourself.