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'The Social Network' Gets Raunchy Spoof by 'Jackass' Dudes

January 7, 2011 (7:47 am) GMT
Made as a promo for upcoming Critics' Choice Movie Awards, the parody has Johnny Knoxville playing Mark Zuckerberg and Bam Margera naked in a boardroom.

So great is the influence of "" this year that upcoming Critics' Choice Movie Awards will use it in its promo. The movie is getting spoofed by "Jackass" cast in one of four parodies of the Critics' Choice nominees for Best Picture.

Based on a behind-the-scene video, it seems that and his gang's take on "The Social Network" will be saucy. In a scene set in a tense boardroom, is seen trying to get Knoxville's Mark Zuckerberg's attention by licking another man's armpit. He even lies naked on the table.

"Poor Bam, the room was ice-cold. Everyone, please know that the room was ice-cold in there," Knoxville said. Margera added, "Every time that I'm naked, it's always cold out. It's Los Angeles, and it's freezing."

"We're spoofing four movies. We've never done anything like this before," Knoxville additionally stated about the parody. "So God knows how they're going to turn out. I play Mark Zuckerberg; Wee-Man and Preston play the Winklevoss twins."

2011 Critics' Choice Movie Awards will be held on Friday, January 14 and aired on VH1. "The Social Network" is up against "", "", "", "", "" and four other films for the Best Picture title.



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