In the mainstream trailer, we see Andrew Garfield and Maya Hawke rise from the ranks of internet stars

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More than 10 years after playing one of the co-founders of Facebook, Andrew Garfield goes viral with the help of Maya Hawke in the trailer for Mainstream.

The 37-year-old actor plays Link, a mysterious stranger who helps a young woman named Frankie (Maya Hawke) with her YouTube videos, which are gaining popularity.

As they flirt with true mainstream success, Frankie begins to discover that Link may not be who he says he is.

New trailer: More than 10 years after playing one of the co-founders of Facebook, Andrew Garfield goes viral with the help of Maya Hawke in the trailer for Mainstream

New trailer: More than 10 years after playing one of the co-founders of Facebook, Andrew Garfield goes viral with the help of Maya Hawke in the trailer for Mainstream

Young Woman: The 37-year-old actor plays Link, a mysterious stranger who helps a young woman named Frankie (Maya Hawke) with her increasingly popular YouTube videos

Young Woman: The 37-year-old actor plays Link, a mysterious stranger who helps a young woman named Frankie (Maya Hawke) with her increasingly popular YouTube videos

Young Woman: The 37-year-old actor plays Link, a mysterious stranger who helps a young woman named Frankie (Maya Hawke) with her increasingly popular YouTube videos

The trailer opens with a shirtless Link looking into the camera and asking dramatically, “Who am I?” as he tilts his head towards the camera.

Frankie can be seen in her room heating a hamburger in the microwave while uploading a video online.

She’s seen a meeting with Link – dressed in a striking overcoat – who told her she’s got talent and, “I want to take your next picture.”

Shirtless: The trailer begins with a shirtless Link looking into the camera and asking dramatically, “Who am I?” as he tilts his head towards the camera

Talent: She has seen a meeting with Link - dressed in a striking overcoat - who told her she has talent and, 'I want to take your next picture'

Talent: She has seen a meeting with Link - dressed in a striking overcoat - who told her she has talent and, 'I want to take your next picture'

Talent: She has seen a meeting with Link – dressed in a striking overcoat – who told her she has talent and, ‘I want to take your next picture’

When he assures her that he means it, she realizes he wants to take the picture now, while she puts down her apron.

Link is seen coming out of a mansion saying to his fans, “Thanks for watching this video.”

Jake (Nat Wolff) says his little niece “adores these guys who do and say nothing,” while Link dances in front of a Ferrari and says, “Why is my existence so lit up?”

Thanks: Link comes from a mansion and says to his fans, 'Thanks for watching this video'

Thanks: Link comes from a mansion and says to his fans, 'Thanks for watching this video'

Thanks: Link comes from a mansion and says to his fans, ‘Thanks for watching this video’

Enlightened Existence: Jake (Nat Wolff) says his little niece “adores these guys who do and say nothing,” while Link dances in front of a Ferrari and says, “Why is my existence so enlightened?”

Jake adds that Link, “ promotes a do-nothing lifestyle, ” while Link rattles off some pointless hashtags.

Link adds, ‘You can’t follow me, I’m not special, man,’ which will be his catchphrase as the channel launches.

Link, Maya and Jake meet a manager named Mark Schwartz (Jason Schwartzman) who asks them, “Do you want to be the guys who made two cool videos, or do you want to be No One Special?”

Channel: Link adds, 'You can't follow me, I'm not special, man,' which will be his catchphrase as the channel launches

Channel: Link adds, 'You can't follow me, I'm not special, man,' which will be his catchphrase as the channel launches

Channel: Link adds, ‘You can’t follow me, I’m not special, man,’ which will be his catchphrase as the channel launches

Executive: Link, Maya and Jake meet a manager named Mark Schwartz (Jason Schwartzman) who asks them, “Do you want to be the guys who made two cool videos, or do you want to be No One Special?”

Of course the channel takes off, when Link, Maya and Jake meet a group of fans in a cemetery, while Jake says to Maya, “See how good he is at this?”

They show some of their programs, including one with Charles Melton, a game show, as Link tells Maya, “This feels so good! We are about to get stratospheric! ‘

Knowing Link and Maya have become romantically involved, Jake warns, “Don’t hurt her,” as Link spins around on a hoverboard.

How Good: Of course the channel takes off, when Link, Maya and Jake meet a group of fans in a cemetery, as Jake tells Maya, “See how good he is at this?”

Stratospheric: They present some of their programs, including one with Charles Melton, a game show, as Link tells Maya, 'This feels so good!  We are about to get stratospheric!  '

Stratospheric: They present some of their programs, including one with Charles Melton, a game show, as Link tells Maya, 'This feels so good!  We are about to get stratospheric!  '

Stratospheric: They present some of their programs, including one with Charles Melton, a game show, as Link tells Maya, ‘This feels so good! We are about to get stratospheric! ‘

Romance: While Jake knows Link and Maya got romantically involved, he warns, 'Don't hurt her,' as Link spins around on a hoverboard

Romance: While Jake knows Link and Maya got romantically involved, he warns, 'Don't hurt her,' as Link spins around on a hoverboard

Romance: While Jake knows Link and Maya got romantically involved, he warns, ‘Don’t hurt her,’ as Link spins around on a hoverboard

The trailer heats up with a series of quick shots as Jake tries to warn Maya that Link is ‘not who he says he is’.

Ted Wick (Johnny Knoxville) tells Link that his “success directly contradicts your message, isn’t it?” while another woman says he tells viewers that they are stupid for looking at him.

Mark tells the group to “ get the viewers back on their feet before we lose more, ” while Link steps things up by getting naked on Hollywood Boulevard.

Maya asks Link if he ever told her one thing that was true, before going back to the first shot, where Link adds, ‘I’m not special’, before the director says ‘Cut’ and Link smiles and claps like the director says it was great.

Mainstream, directed by Gia Coppola (Palo Alto), will hit theaters and on VOD formats May 7.

Not Link: The trailer ramps up with a series of quick shots as Jake tries to warn Maya that Link is 'not who he says he is'

Not Link: The trailer ramps up with a series of quick shots as Jake tries to warn Maya that Link is 'not who he says he is'

Not Link: The trailer runs up with a series of quick shots as Jake tries to warn Maya that Link is ‘not who he says he is’

Ted: Ted Wick (Johnny Knoxville) tells Link that his “success directly contradicts your message, isn’t it?” while another woman says he tells viewers that they are stupid for looking at him

Naked: Mark tells the group to 'get the viewers back on their feet before we lose more,' while Link steps things up by getting naked on Hollywood Boulevard

Naked: Mark tells the group to 'get the viewers back on their feet before we lose more,' while Link steps things up by getting naked on Hollywood Boulevard

Naked: Mark tells the group to ‘get the viewers back on their feet before we lose more,’ while Link steps things up by getting naked on Hollywood Boulevard

Where: Maya asks Link if he ever told her one thing that was true, before going back to the first shot, where Link adds, 'I'm not special,' before the director says, 'Cut' and Link smiles and claps when the director says it was great

Where: Maya asks Link if he ever told her one thing that was true, before going back to the first shot, where Link adds, 'I'm not special,' before the director says, 'Cut' and Link smiles and claps when the director says it was great

Where: Maya asks Link if he ever told her one thing that was true, before going back to the first shot, where Link adds, ‘I’m not special,’ before the director says, ‘Cut’ and Link smiles and claps when the director says it was great