Facebook Responds to 'The Social Network's' 8 Oscar Nominations (Exclusive)
The film, which paints Mark Zuckerberg in a bad light, is up for best picture, among others.
Mark Zuckerberg doesn't have a lot to say about The Social Network's eight Oscar nominations.
"We've said all we're going to say about the movie and the books," a rep for the social networking site tells The Hollywood Reporter. "We've moved on from this discussion, and we think others have, too."
Said Eisenberg, whose cousin works for Facebook: "My cousin sent me a text message telling me that Mark liked the parts that the movie got right and he thought I did a nice job."
The Facebook founder took several members of his staff to a screening of the film.
"It's a movie, it's fun ... I can promise you, this is my life so I know it's not that dramatic,” he told Oprah Winfrey in September. “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.”
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