Justin Timberlake might be starring in the new Facebook movie "The Social Network," but that doesn't mean he's heavily engaged on the site on any personal level.
"I don't personally have a Facebook page, but I work with a group of people, do charity work through it, so it's nice to engage as many ways as possible because when something happened like in Haiti, you can see what good you can do in the world," Timberlake told Parade. "Other than that, I don't care about my friends' feelings -- they can just call me and tell me. I feel like a dinosaur because if I was on it, I wouldn't know how to operate it."
Timberlake, who plays Napster founder Sean Parker in the film, is getting tons of praise for his "Social Network" performance, and he takes the craft of acting seriously.
"I've always admired the art of acting and it's no secret that I was trained as a very young kid on a television show with other extremely talented actors and singers ... I'm also extremely aware of the perception of me as an artist," Timberlake said. "I think that's why I made the choices that I made for myself. That's why I chose the smaller films that I've done.
"I thought that I'd rather have the experience of the process from people who are really respected and admired, and characters that I can really dive into, rather than cash in; so to speak ... Having an experience like this, working with actors that I admire and respect, and obviously one of my favorite directors of all time, it's a very humbling experience. It's been something that I've always dreamed of."
Film review: 'Social Network' is epic and intimate at once