Justin Timberlake played a digital age tycoon in 'The Social Network' and now the singer turned actor turned comedian is adding one more skill to his résumé -- he's taking a stake in the social networking site, MySpace.

After the once pioneering social networking site recently changed hands in ownership, Timberlake took a minority stake in the company, hoping that he could help the new owners, Specific Media, turn it around by creating a new skin for the site, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Since the dawn of the Facebook era (documented in Timberlake's little known 'Social Network' flick), MySpace has seen a dramatic decrease in user numbers, a decline Timberlake is hoping to see point the opposite direction following Specific's $35 million acquisition of the brand.