Mark Zuckerberg On The Social Network Inaccuracies
Mark Zuckerberg On The Social Network Inaccuracies – Mark Zuckerberg recently commented on the movie that was released about his rise to fame and fortune with the invention of the worldwide social network “Facebook”. Zuckerberg was speaking at Startup School at Stanford University when an audience member asked him about the accuracy of his portrayal in “The Social Network”.
Zuckerberg discussed the Facebook startup story, and commented on the film and how he felt about it. “Where do you want to start?” Zuckerberg asked. He said that every single shirt and fleece that was worn by the actor portraying Zuckerberg, Jesse Eisenberg, was one that he himself had actually worn. He also said that the film got a lot of small details right, but also got a lot of things wrong.
Zuckerberg also commented on the portrayal of his love life in the story, stating that the movie was not quite accurate in that area. “They framed it as if I wanted to get girls or into some social institution. I’ve been dating the same girl since before Facebook,” he said.
He also criticized the makers of the film, saying that they “can’t wrap their head around the idea that someone might build something because they like building things.”