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Tuesday, 25 August 2009 12:53

Facebook story goes to the silver screen

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David Fincher to direct


As if the
Facebook hype wasn't annoying enough as it is, it will soon end up in a theater near you. Columbia Pictures have approved production of 'The Social Network', a story about the formation of social notworking site Facebook. The idea has been around for a while, but now it's officially going into production.

The movie will be based on a script by Aaron Sorkin, the man behind A Few Good Men and The West Wing, while David Fincher will be directing. Fincher is best known for directing Seven, Fight Club and The Curious Case of you-know-who.

So, the staff is top notch, and we have no doubt they'll do a pretty good job. Filming will start in October and the budget is $47 million, which doesn't sound like too much nowadays, considering how much Michael Bay spends on his nonsense.

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