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    Dylan O'Brien And Sarah Ramos Re-Created The "Lawyer Up" Scene From "The Social Network" And It's UNCANNY How Spot-On They Were

    The talent LEAPED OUT.

    So, I don't know if you youth are familiar with The Social Network but it's a very, very good movie about the creation of Facebook, starring everyone from Armie Hammer and Rashida Jones to Brenda Song and Rooney Mara.

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    Now, this movie came out in 2010 when I was in high school and using Facebook a lot, so let's just say I was pretty obsessed with it. (Pro tip: The soundtrack is incredible and great for studying.)

    Annnnyway, Parenthood actor Sarah Ramos has been making these incredible videos where she re-creates popular TV and movie scenes. She β€” along with Maze Runner actor Dylan O'Brien β€” re-created one from The Social Network and my god, the talent jumped out.

    The scene from The Social Network where Eduardo tells Mark Zuckerberg he better lawyer up asshole starring me and @dylanobrien

    They re-created the iconic "Lawyer up, asshole" scene between Andrew Garfield, Jesse Eisenberg, and Justin Timberlake where Andrew (playing FB cofounder Eduardo Saverin) confronts Jesse (Mark Zuckerberg) for cutting him out of the company.

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    Can we just appreciate these side-by-sides? The accuracy!

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    Identical!

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    But, seriously, y'all. The attention to detail is no joke. Here's a GIF from the OG movie β€” now, notice Andrew Garfield's hand gestures. The slight open-handed brush-off, the hand to the nose, everything.

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    Now, here's Dylan's. Can you say UNCANNY?!

    I mean, I knew he was talented, but this is next-level. Look at those tears! DED πŸ‘ I πŸ‘ CA πŸ‘ TION πŸ‘.

    It took no time at all for the clip to go viral, and eventually it found its way to Andrew Garfield himself.

    Dear @sarahramos & @dylanobrien, Andrew Garfield texted me your video and asked me to share with you how much he loved it. πŸ‘πŸ½πŸ‘πŸ½πŸ‘πŸ½

    Because the Amazing Spider-Man actor doesn't have Twitter, he texted the clip to Lin-Manuel Miranda and asked him to pass on his praise, specifically that they "MURDERED it."

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    Yes, this was exciting, but I was equally excited about the idea of LMM and Andrew Garfield being friends and texting.

    Honestly, if there were awards for two-minute clips, this would win by a landslide.

    β€˜Twas a fucking honor sir https://t.co/hjzsBsLR5G

    Amazing job all around, folks. Seriously stellar.

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