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How Did They Ever Make a Movie of Facebook? (2011)

A detailed look to the making of 'The Social Network' along with the interviews from the cast and the crew including behind the scenes.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Aaron Sorkin ... Himself
Jesse Eisenberg ... Himself
Andrew Garfield ... Himself
Rooney Mara ... Herself
Trish Gallaher Glenn Trish Gallaher Glenn ... Herself (as Tricia Gallaher Glenn)
Jacqueline West ... Herself
Josh Pence ... Himself
Armie Hammer ... Himself
Brenda Song ... Herself
Justin Timberlake ... Himself
Dana Brunetti ... Himself
Kevin Spacey ... Himself
Sharron Reynolds Sharron Reynolds ... Herself (as Sharron Reynolds-Enriquez)
Rashida Jones ... Herself
John Getz ... Himself


A detailed look to the making of 'The Social Network' along with the interviews from the cast and the crew including behind the scenes.

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Release Date:

11 January 2011 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

¿Cómo pudieron hacer una película sobre Facebook? See more »

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Dreamlogic Pictures See more »
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Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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European DVD releases have all profanity bleep censored. See more »


References The Social Network (2010) See more »

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Just as awful as "Social Network"
26 October 2015 | by nzpedalsSee all my reviews

There is a guy who says... It's not about Facebook, it's about ... friendship, loyalty, power, lawsuits, etc. Oh? Didn't he know what the video's title was going to be? Of course it is about Facebook, and it's creator, Mark Zuckerberg. But mainly, it is about the fact that the Winklevoss twins did sue, and did receive a truckload of money, and Zuckerberg had to suck on that, much (apparently), to his reluctance to do so.

The only interesting fact we learn is that they took 99 takes for the first scene. Ridiculous, and then... how did they choose which one to print? OK, so there were several cameras going, so it wasn't 99 for all of them, but still, that is a lot of footage, a lot of time, and... the end result is maybe the worst ever opening scene.

There are other short videos on the DVD which are just as boring. Especially the one about the musical score, which is, at best, forgettable. Watching this "bonus feature" might put the viewer off from suffering through the actual movie.

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