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Monday, October 18, 2010
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FLASH: MARK ZUCKERBERG SPEAKS AT LENGTH ABOUT “THE SOCIAL NETWORK”!

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg participated in the “Startup School” conference at Stanford University on Saturday and — as you can see starting at 5:18 into the video below — was essentially ambushed with a question about the accuracy of David Fincher’s “The Social Network” (Columbia, 10/1, trailer). Talk about awkward! As you can tell from his nearly two-minute-long response, he (a) has seen the film and (b) believes that just about the only thing that it got right was his clothing.




RELATED READING:
Mark Zuckerberg Is Under the Gun as ‘Social Network’ Approaches” (9/19), “‘The Social Network’ Is An Instant-Classic That Will Be Hard to Beat” (9/23), “Citizen Zuck: ‘Social Network’ and ‘Citizen Kane’ Have Much in Common” (9/23), “Biopics Abound This Awards Season” (9/26)

NOTE: Thanks to Margaret Lyons of EW for calling my attention to this development.

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