‘The Social Network’ Is Lies, All Lies.

Monday, January 24 by

While speaking at something geeky recently, Sean Parker shared his thoughts on David Fincher‘s The Social Network. Though he enjoyed the film, he was quick to reveal that what ended up on the screen was “a complete work of fiction.”

He commented on the scenes involving cocaine and a Victoria’s Secret model. “I wish my life was that cool.” His girlfriend must be TH-RILLED right now.

“The part of the movie that frustrated me most was when the character played by Justin Timberlake who just happens to have my name – writes a cheque to Eduardo who I remain in contact with and consider a friend, and throws it at his face and has him thrown out of the building. That’s just rude. I mean who would do that?”

Umm, I don’t know, people who are hilarious? That’s how Screen Junkies pays me. Am I to believe this is not standard practice in the business world? If so, I’m sooo not wearing that ball gag when I blog from now on. (The Next Web)

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COMMENTS

  1. January 24, 2011 2:41 pm

    Emily

    This article is so terrible. I love how every other article regarding what Sean said was written in a positive light but yours is completely negative. Also, Sean spoke of the film in very high regard. You get paid for this, really?


  2. January 24, 2011 2:41 pm

    Emily

    This article is so terrible. I love how every other article regarding what Sean said was written in a positive light but yours is completely negative. Also, Sean spoke of the film in very high regard. You get paid for this, really?