Aaron Sorkinisn’t blind. “A lot of very attention-grabbing and dramatic stuff” came about with Fb sinceThe Social Communitypremiered in 2010, the film’s screenwriter acknowledged to theAssociated Press. Sorkin says he “knows enough to know that there wants to be a sequel.”
As Sorkin explains it in a most modern interview, he and his producer on the Oscar-winning drama, Scott Rudin, saved citing the subject of one other Fb movie for a while as increasingly headlines continued pouring out over the social media platform.
Jesse Eisenberg starred as Fb founder Ticket Zuckerberg within the David Fincher-directedThe Social Community, which chronicled the platform’s beginnings and Zuckerberg’s assorted court cases withthe Winklevoss twins(performed within the film by Armie Hammer) and Fb co-founder Eduardo Saverin (Andrew Garfield).
In 2018, Fb made headlines when the firm admitted that up to 2.7 million folks within the European Union can were hit by tainted data sharing spirited political consultancy firm Cambridge Analytica, in step with theAP. And within the age of fake details, Fb confrontedcriticismfor the monstrous unfold of misinformation.
“I’ve gotten higher than one email from [Rudin] with an article connected announcing, ‘Isn’t it time for a sequel?’” Sorkin mentioned.