Timeless themes in the Facebook age
According to Aaron Sorkin, the themes in “The Social Network” are timeless, like the ones that fascinated the Greek playwright Aeschylus, Shakespeare and Hollywood screenwriter Paddy Chayefsky. “It was just lucky for me that none of those people were available, so I got to write about it,” he says.
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Building A Winning ‘Network,’ But At What Cost?
Ben Mezrich’s The Accidental Billionaires painted an unflattering portrait of Facebook creator Mark Zuckerberg. The film version gets the programmer-nerd details (and Harvard’s oak-and-crimson ambiance) right — but fails to see the upside of a worldwide social network.
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Gold Derby nuggets: EW covers ‘The Social Network’ | ‘Tangled’ unfurled | Anderson Cooper to daytime
• Dave Karger chats with the cast of ” The Social Network ” including this week’s EW cover boys Justin Timberlake , Jesse Eisenberg and Andrew Garfield as well as screenwriter Aaron Sorkin . In the print interview, Timberlake talks about his dormant music career, admitting, “Does a painter make a painting because he has to make it by December 21st?
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