After many rumors that Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg had or had not seen David Fincher‘s latest film, The Social Network, the topic can finally be put to rest. While speaking at the Startup School conference at Stanford University this past Saturday the CEO shared his thoughts on the film. In short, he loved the wardrobe choices but had problems with the framing of the film. Check it out below via Scott Feinberg.
Maybe he would have liked something like this better.
Are you surprised at his response? What effect does The Social Network have on Zuckerberg’s persona?
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