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Friendster the Movie - Starring Topher Grace and cameraphones

Peter Rojas
March 22, 2005
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It's scary enough that somehow Harold Ramis has been duped into making a movie (starring Topher Grace, no less) about the rapidly uncooling social networking site known as Friendster,  but what really got us going (and which made this relevant to ol' Engadget) is that, "Topher will play a character that will utilize the website [Friendster], as well as instant messaging and camera phones, as he looks for love on the Internet." Maybe he can ask Paris Hilton (or as alternative, Fred Durst) for some pointers about the kind of love you can capture with a cameraphone.

[Via Fimoculous]

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