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"The Social Network" Aims to Face(book) the Facts
Written by RJ Williams

It was probably inevitable: Facebook has revolutionized the way people communicate in the same way Alexander Graham Bell did when he invented the telephone. Bell got his share of flack, and so has Mark Zuckerberg, the co-founder and CEO of Facebook. These two fellas have in common not only their wildly successful inventions but they also share controversy – both have been accused of stealing their idea from someone else.
This controversy is what’s explored in the highly-anticipated film, The Social Network, starring Jesse Eisenberg as Zuckerberg. Facebook has done so much to not only bring people together but also help performers, artists, and business professionals such as myself grow and expand our brands to a seemingly infinite audience. So, I’m more than curious to see this film and how Facebook may (or may not) have gotten its start!
I’m also excited to see Jesse Eisenberg’s performance. The young actor recently stopped by the YH Studio to talk about his Sundance success with the indie film, Holy Rollers– check it out below:
And judging by the trailer for The Social Network, I think this will be the film that makes Jesse a household name – just like Facebook!
The Social Network opens October 1.