"The Social Network" actor chats about his character
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Published: 9/28/2010 1:15 PM
Print this article While internet users across the country are waiting with baited breath for the release of "The Social Network," it's safe to say there's one individual who is dreading it - Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
The film, which was written by "The West Wing" creator and scribe Aaron Sorkin, chronicles Zuckerberg's journey from Harvard student to multi-millionaire.
According to PopEater.com, "Adventureland" and "Zombieland" actor Jesse Eisenberg, who plays Zuckerberg in the unauthorized biopic, recently spoke to reporters at an Apple store in Soho, New York, and admitted that while the film isn't kind to Zuckerberg, he still thinks of the man fondly.
"I never met Mark, although, I developed a great affection for him because I spent six months thinking about him and defending his position," Eisenberg told reporters at the event. "It's pretty much impossible to play a role and not defend his behavior."
Still, there was even a more shocking confession from Eisenberg - as it turns out, the actor doesn't use Facebook.
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