Jonah Hill Still Feels 'So Bummed' for Losing 'Social Network' Role to Justin Timberlake
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During an appearance on The Bill Simmons Podcast, the 'Maniac' star reveals that David Fincher wanted the singer instead of him for the role as Sean Parker.

AceShowbiz - Jonah Hill is still upset he lost out on a role in "The Social Network" to Justin Timberlake.

The "Superbad" star reveals he went after the role of Facebook president Sean Parker in the 2010 movie, but director David Fincher had his heart set on Justin.

"David Fincher didn't want me in 'Social Network'," Jonah said during an appearance on The Bill Simmons Podcast. "It was between me and Justin Timberlake for that part... Obviously he's (Fincher) the man, but he was not having me. The studio wanted me, I think, and then Justin Timberlake was amazing in it."

" 'The Social Network' is the one that I was actually, like, years later like, 'F**k, like I'm so bummed.' "

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