Mark Zuckerberg on social network movie

The Social Network, regular hit theaters on October 1, 2010, is a play directed by David Fincher about the establishment of the social networking Web site, Facebook. The film focuses on the unrestrained first years of Facebook, focusing on creator Mark Zuckerberg, who launched the site from his Harvard residence room in 2004.

Selection for the movie began in August 2009, with Jesse Eisenberg is the chief actor announced to be involved in the project during the next month. Eisenberg stars as Facebook creator, Mark Zuckerberg, & in 2009, he shared his enjoyment with the Baltimore Sun is stating, "Even though I've gotten to be in several wonderful movies, this character appears so much more overtly insensitive in so numerous ways that seem more real to me in the finest way."

The film also actors Andrew Garfield, Joseph Mazzello & Justin Timberlake as Facebook co-founders Eduard Saverin, Dustin Moskovitz & Sean Parker. The star-studded actors also include Rooney Mara, Rashida Jones & Brenda Song.

The Social Network, the film is told in a series of memories recalled during a court hearing. The film initiates on the night of February 4, 2004 when Zuckerberg is deserted by his girlfriend, Erica, in a bar. He then returns family in a drunken stupor and changes Harvard's online collection of student pictures into a Web site where he & his friends rank the Harvard women as numerous farm animals. His "Facebook" is so prevalent that it crashes the whole Harvard network within a half hour.

Zuckerberg then left out of college & moves to California, where he teams up with Sean Parker, the co-founder of the music piracy site Napster, to making his Facebook. The movie focuses on the first turbulent years of Facebook, the worldwide social networking site that is currently considered a revolution in the message. Within six years of the formation of this social network, Zuckerberg is termed the youngest billionaire in history. Though, with a large amount of achievement comes responsibility in addition to both legal and personal problems as the tag line of the picture reads, "you don't get to 500 million associates without making a few enemies."

Though Zuckerberg was not referred during the writing of the book, The Accidental Billionaires, Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin was. Though, it has been said that the depiction of the characters in the movie are not completely true. Facebook co-founder, Dustin Moskovitz named the film a "dramatization of history," according to the International Business Times.

After the film's screenplay was leaked on the Internet, it became obvious to Zuckerberg that he was not going to be depicted in the most positive manner. He later made a declaration that he wanted to establish himself as a "decent guy," according to The Times Online. Moskovitz told International Business Times, in respects to Zuckerberg "the plot of the book/script unabashedly attacks [Zuckerberg], but I really felt like a lot of his positive qualities come out honestly in the trailer. At the conclusion of the day, they cannot assistance, but portray him as the driven, forward-thinking mastermind that he is."