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Mark Zuckerberg Downplays 'The Social Network', Says 'It's Fun'

mark zuckerbergWe've all been reading (for what feels like a decade) about 'The Social Network' and Facebook's alleged damage control toward the alleged over-hyped script (i.e., the coke-and-bare-breasts scene which is now sans bare breasts). So what does Zuckerberg think of the movie? Does he wish Aaron Sorkin, David Fincher and Jesse Eisenberg would all fall face-first into a '2012'-esque fissure erupting along Hollywood Boulevard?

Maybe, but he told Oprah, "It's a movie, it's fun." Downplaying the accuracy of the film -- as he's been doing for months -- he said, "I can promise you, this is my life so I know it's not that dramatic. (Check out the video below, starting around 2:15.) The last six years have been a lot of coding and focus and hard work, but maybe it would be fun to remember it as partying and all this crazy drama." (But what about the cocaine and boobs?) We don't really care if it's fact or fiction; we just can't wait to see this movie so that EVERYONE WILL STOP TALKING ABOUT IT. (We also hear it's great.)

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