Justin Timberlake and Jesse Eisenberg's The Social Network characters may not always be well-liked, but the actors appear to be good friends off-screen despite their lack of smiles. The boys, missing their co-star Andrew Garfield, attended Columbia Pictures' and The Cinema Society's screening of their film at the School of Visual Arts Theater on Wednesday in NYC.
“I had the unique job on set of being the only one to defend my character,” Jesse tells Entertainment Weekly in their new issue. “Even though he does some things that hurt other characters, I could only view him as sympathetic. I developed a great affection for him.”
And while Justin is committed to making movies right now, he says he won't completely stop with music.
"I never stop making music," Justin explains to Entertainment Weekly. "I don’t know what else to tell you, except that I just don’t know in what capacity I want to be involved anymore."