“The Social Network” screenwriter and actor on truth, accuracy and how it’s a man’s world
Their movie won four awards from the National Board of Review and three from the Washington D.C. film critics, sits near the top of most pundits' Oscar lists and seems poised for a productive run through awards season.
With director David Fincher in Sweden shooting "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo," "The Social Network" was ably represented at theWrap Screening Series on Sunday night by screenwriter Aaron Sorkin, who has also written "A Few Good Men" and "Charlie Wilson's War" and created the television series "The West Wing" and "Sports Night"; and by actor Armie Hammer, who through the use of digital effects plays both of the athletic, blue-blood Winklevoss twins, who sued Mark Zuckerberg over stealing their idea to create Facebook.
Before they participated in the post-screening Q&A, Sorkin and Hammer found a corner of the Aero Theater lobby for a quick video interview with theWrap.
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