Yesterday evening, The Cinema Society hosted the most star-studded screening of The Social Network yet. The film's stars (Justin Timberlake, Jesse Eisenberg) mingled with the film's subjects (Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss), who in turn mingled with New York's elite. Everyone was dying to talk to everyone else; a tangled social network, indeed.-How Long Until the Inevitable Winklevoss Reality Show? [Vanity Fair]
After the screening at the School Of Visual Arts, guests headed to the Gansevoort Park to sip Mionetto Prosecco and discuss what is probably the most talked-about film of the year. Guests had the unusual opportunity to get a variety of perspectives on the movie's controversial subject: the film's writer, Aaron Sorkin, actors, and subjects no doubt each have their own perspectives on the movie.
Guests at the screening included Adrien Brody, Andrew Saffir, Daniel Benedict, Tinsley Mortimer, Brett Ratner, Gabourey Sidibe, Genevieve Jones, Jack McBrayer, Katrina Bowden, Lance Bass, Michelle Rodriguez, Liam McMullan, Aesha Waks, Janel Maloney, Nanette Lepore, Petra Nemcova, Olivia Palermo, Rachel Roy, Katie Lee, and Rachelle Hruska, who went as Cameron and Tyler's date, and discusses the evening here.