Jesse Eisenberg to Guest on Aaron Sorkin’s ‘The Newsroom’ Pilot

The Social Network star Jesse Eisenberg has inked a new deal to appear in Aaron Sorkin‘s upcoming HBO series The Newsroom.

As many will remember Sorkin wrote the Facebook script while Eisenberg played Mark Zuckerberg in the David Fincher directed 2010 flick.  According to Yahoo, Eisenberg has now signed on to make a guest appearance that will reunite the two for a brief stint.

The Newsroom chronicles actor Jeff Daniels as an anchor along with his producers and staff that will be played by Emily Mortimer, Sam Waterston, Dev Patel, and Olivia Munn.  Eisenberg’s role will entail a voice over role in the show’s pilot episode that is slated to air on the paid cable network this coming summer on June 24th at 10 pm est.

Aside from this latest casting news involving Eisenberg, the twenty-eight year-old is also scheduled to show up in Woody Allen’s To Rome with Love on April 20th.  He currently working on Now You See Me from director Louis Leterrier as well as the comedy The Double.

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