Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerburg revealed the long-awaited Facebook “phone” – Facebook Home. Facebook Home is a downloadable software that falls somewhere between an operating system and an app that seeks to improve the mobile social messaging experience, according to Wired.
As soon as the concept of "mommy porn" had a chance to run wild with the emergence of E.L. James' soft-core bondage novel, Fifty Shades of Grey, studios, writers, and actors all started, at best, putting in their two cents about how a movie adaptation of the James novel should go, and, at worst, scrambling to cast their names into the speculation pile.
The Social Network is the kind of movie that studios dream about—it is mainstream enough to portend box office success, but has enough cache to aim for the Oscars. And Columbia Pictures should, in fact, aim for the Oscars because they have on their hands two career-defining acting performances and a killer screenplay.
I am proud to say that I am excited for Justin Timberlake’s Myspace revamp. Normally I have qualms about celebrities trying to make an impact on the world outside of their respective field, such as Arnold Schwarzenegger taking over the world's seventh largest economy.
In a surprising turn of events, Harvard grads and twin brothers, Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, have dropped their lawsuit against Facebook creator Mark Zuckerberg. The Winklevoss twins have officially accepted the $65 million settlement ($20 million in cash, $45 milion in stock) that was offered back in 2008 and have also decided to not go to the Supreme Court after the 9th U.
After three years of dating, The Social Network's Andrew Garfield, 27, and Raising Hope's Shannon Woodward, 26, have broken up. Over the past year, Garfield has enjoyed an ample boost to his career, after portraying Eduardo Saverin opposite Jesse Eisenberg's Mark Zuckerberg in the Oscar-nominated Network, and following it up with an equally compelling performance in Never Let Me Go with Keira Knightley and Carey Mulligan.
Audiences watched the Winklevoss twins’ and Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg’s on-screen conflict unfold in the Academy Award-winning film, The Social Network. On Monday, a court finally settled their real-life drama.
The anticipated annual Forbes "World's Billionaires" list is out for 2011. Telecom giant Carlos Slim Helu and his family predictably took the number one spot for the second year running with $74 billion, a figure which further widens his lead over runner-up Bill Gates from last year.
But will he play Jesse Eisenberg? With Eisenberg, who played Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg in the hit movie The Social Network, hosting this weekend's Saturday Night Live, rumors abound that Zuckerberg himself will appear on the show.
Mark Zuckerberg just made another friend. The 26-year-old Facebook founder and inspiration for the hit movie, The Social Network, beat out Afghanistan President, Hamid Karzai, and WikiLeaks whistleblower, Julian Assange, to take Time's envied honor of "Person of the Year.
Get ready to watch reality stars, sports stars, movie stars, pop stars and stars who are stars for more mysterious reasons kick up their heels and soft-shoe their way across America’s TV screens.