The Social Network (2010)

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'The Social Network' is a contemporary drama inspired from the real life events surrounding the formation of Facebook, and follows the many battles over ownership upon the website's phenomenal success. Shot through with emotional brutality and unexpected humor, this exquisitely crafted drama bears witness to the birth of an idea that rewove the fabric of society even as it unraveled the friendship of its creators.
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Cast: Bryan Barter, Jesse Eisenberg, Rooney Mara

Crew: David Fincher (Director), Jeff Cronenweth (Director of Photography), Atticus Ross (Music Director), Trent Reznor (Music Director)

Rating: U/A (India)

Genres: Drama

Release Dates: 01 Oct 2010 (India)

Tagline: You don't get to 500 million friends without making a few enemies

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Did you know? Adapted from Ben Mezrich's 2009 book 'The Accidental Billionaires', the film portrays the founding of social networking website Facebook and the resulting lawsuits. Read More
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as Billy Olson
as Mark Zuckerberg
as Erica Albright
as Vikram
as Girl at Phoenix Club
as Eduardo Saverin
as Cameron Winklevoss / Tyler Winklevoss
as Mr. Cox
as Christy
as CS Lab Professor
as KC's Friend
as Court Reporter
as Gretchen
as Phoenix Club President
as Henry
as Student Playing Facemash
as Student Playing Facemash
as Student Playing Facemash
as Sy
as Dustin Moskovitz
as Tyler Winklevoss
as Alice
as Bob
as Mrs. Cox
as Divya Narendra
as KC's Friend
as Ad Board Chairwoman
as Chris Hughes
as Student in Communications Office
as Marylin Delpy
as Student Playing Facemash
as Student Playing Facemash
as KC
as Phoenix Member Playing Facemash
as B.U. Guy in Bra




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Feature Film
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You don't get to 500 million friends without making a few enemies
Character Error
In the meeting Eduardo has with the lawyer to discuss the new stock options he is given the following breakdown on stock ownership: Eduardo 34.4%, Dustin Moskowitz 6.81%, Sean Parker 6.47, Mark Zuckerberg 51% and Peter Theil 7%. These total up to 105.68%.

Character Error
When the Winklevoss twins meet with Harvard University President Lawrence H. Summers, Summers' secretary mentions that the building they are standing in is 100 years older than the United States itself. One of the Winklevoss twins later states that the building is "335 years old". However, the University President's offices are in the Massachusetts Hall, the oldest surviving building on Harvard's campus, which actually dates back to 1718. In 2003, the building would have actually been 285 years old, and is 58 years older than the United States.

Character Error
The character of Sean Parker claims to be the "creator of Napster." Actually Shawn Fanning was the creator of Napster and Sean Parker is only sometimes credited as a "co-founder." In fact, sources are inconsistent as to whether he was a co-founder or early employee of Napster, but none list him as the "creator."

During the Stanford House argument scene between Mark Zuckerberg and Saverin, Saverin's hair and clothes begin soaking wet (from being outside in the rain) to suddenly dry once they step into the hallway.

Sean Parker is talking to the college girl in her bedroom. As the scene switches back and forth between them, the girl's sweatshirt changes position several times, on the shoulder, then off, and back on again.

Errors in Geography
When Mark Zuckerberg gets a nasty note from a Harvard classmate and storms out of a computer class, a directory sign saying "USC College of Letters, Arts & Sciences" can easily be seen on the hallway wall through the door as he opens it and walks out.

Factual Mistake
The first three universities to have Facebook in the UK were Oxford, Cambridge and St Andrews. Facebook came to London School of Economics (LSE) in a later roll-out to British universities.

Factual Mistake
At Henley, Prince Albert of Monaco is introduced as "His Royal Highness Prince Albert." He is a Serene Highness, not Royal. A British VIP would know the difference and say "His Serene Highness" instead.

Revealing Mistakes
When the Winkelvi go up to Mark Zuckerberg for the first time after he walks out of class. You can see that Josh Pence's face is not replaced for that brief moment, after he is nudged by Armie, revealing that two separate people played the part.

Revealing Mistakes
The beer bottles tossed by Mark Zuckerberg to Sean Parker's girlfriend in the Palo Alto rental home have no liquid inside them when they break.

Revealing Mistakes
When the Winkelvi are at the trophy presentation at the Henley Royal Regatta, Josh Pence's face is visible for at least a second as the flash cameras go off.

Revealing Mistakes
When Mark Zuckerberg and Eduardo go outside of the fraternity "Caribbean Night" into the cold, visible breaths emerge directly from their lips. In reality, the breath is invisible for 2 - 3 inches, the space required for it to drop to a temperature at which it can condense and become visible.
During his performance as the Winklevoss twins in the movie, Armie Hammer was forced to eat a lot of junk food to keep his weight up. The constant rowing practice/scenes would have caused him to lose too much weight.

In the movie, when Mark Zuckerberg posts his art essay question on Facebook his alias is Tyler Durden.

The film received widespread acclaim, with critics praising it for its screenplay, editing, score, acting and direction. However, some people, including Zuckerberg himself, criticized the film for what they said were its many inaccuracies.

Neither Zuckerberg nor any other Facebook staff were involved with the project, although Saverin was a consultant for Mezrich's book.

Adapted from Ben Mezrich's 2009 book 'The Accidental Billionaires', the film portrays the founding of social networking website Facebook and the resulting lawsuits.