I want you to listen as hard as you can.
If Trent Reznor and David Fincher couldn’t make Facebook cool, then it was probably beyond hope.
The defenders of the Grammys were too busy breathing through their mouths to defend the Grammys.
The opening credits are going to be the best part.
Stop making out to your meaningful copy of "Once." It's time to break out 6 rock and roll movies that no human could live through! It's amazing how movies that…
The daily grind of the workplace gets a violent upgrade and the music of the "Wanted" soundtrack takes it all in stride. The daydream of escaping the cubicle goes on…
If he thinks our future is going to look anything like his music videos, we need to act NOW.
You know what sounded cool? Trent Reznor writing the music, and acting in, the upcoming ‘Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter’. You know what sucks? That’s not actually happening.
Trent Reznor might return to acting, and Charlie Sheen might continue acting… crazy.
What Would Tyler Durden Do? He’d probably siiiiiiing!
Nine Inch Nails frontman and Social Network co-composer Trent Reznor will add his unique stylings to David Fincher’s The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo score.
Trent just loves FarmVille.Trent Reznor and David Fincher are now friends.At least we assume they are, now that we know the Nine Inch Nails' front man has scored the soundtrack to Fincher's upcoming Facebook docudrama, The Social Network. Hell, at this point, we wouldn't be suprised if they were poking.Reznor, whose music was also featured in the soundtrack for Fincher's Se7en, is a big fan of the director. And like many of his fans, he was confused as to why Fincher would choose to make a film about Facebook. However, after being involved with the project, he seems happy with the end result."I've always loved David's work but quite honestly I wondered what would draw him to tell that story," said Reznor before quickly explaining, "It's really f*cking good!"Reznor's involvement in the film is somewhat ironic, given the fact that he made headlines in 2009 (online headlines, not the real kind) for publicly pledging to tune out from online social networks."I will be tuning out of the social networking sites because at the end of the day it’s now doing more harm than good in the bigger picture and the experiment seems to have yielded a result. Idiots rule." (Empire Online)