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The Social Network Actor Doesn’t Use Facebook

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Oh, the irony.

Actor Jesse Eisenberg, star of the new movie The Social Network, a movie about the genesis of Facebook, doesn’t use Facebook.

The film is about the creation and then explosive growth of Facebook, and how Mark Zuckerberg, creator of Facebook, dealt with the challenges of fame and fortune as his social networking empire expanded.

Despite the harsh portrayal of Zuckerberg, Eisenberg tried his best to stay true to the character:

"I never met Mark, although, I developed a great affection for him because I spent six months thinking about him and defending his position. It's pretty much impossible to play a role and not defend his behavior."

Will U go see the new movie?

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6 comments to “The Social Network Actor Doesn’t Use Facebook”



  1. 1

    that movie looks SO boring



  2. 2

    You guys really need to do you research before you post about something you don't know about. Yesterday you were talking about "Mike" Zuckerberg and today you are giving a plot synopsis for a movie that isn't even accurate. The movie isn't about Zuckerberg rising to fame and fortune…it's about him being an arrogant, friendless genius who screwed over everyone who came near him.

    And the movie is fantastic. Everyone should go watch it next week.



  3. 3

    It is NOT irony…



  4. 4

    I cant wait 2 see it

  5. pinki says – reply to this


    5

    LOL. Perfect.



  6. 6

    Re: Fanboyz – Lol, sounds about right. I went to a sneak preview of this movie a few days ago and enjoyed it. He did screw people over but atleast he figured out in the long run that the amount of $ he would pay them would be like chump change for him. Hopefully he'll never screw people over again.