AWARDS

Gorgeous New Awards Site for 'The Social Network' Relaunched

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January 4, 2011

The Social Network Website

Ohhh I think we have a winner. I received an email today with a link to Sony's recently re-launched gorgeous awards-focused website for David Fincher's The Social Network that not only looks great, but contains all kinds of interviews, behind-the-scenes clips, soundtrack samples, profiles, reviews and much more. They're really trying to flaunt this film and make sure it gets that golden statue on February 27th and I really think it has a chance. There is some serious momentum behind The Social Network and it has the acclaim, as seen at 500millionfriends.com, to go all the way and win Best Picture. In the meantime, check out this site!

The Social Network Awards Website

The Social Network is directed by Oscar nominated director David Fincher, of many great films like Alien 3, Se7en, The Game, Fight Club, Panic Room, Zodiac and The Curious Case of Benjamin Button previously. The script was written by producer and screenwriter Aaron Sorkin, of A Few Good Men, "The West Wing", and Charlie Wilson's War previously. It is based on Ben Mezrich's novel titled The Accidental Billionaires, about the founding of Facebook: "A Tale of Sex, Money, Genius and Betrayal." Sony Pictures released The Social Network in theaters on October 1st. It's available on DVD/Blu-Ray on January 11th. Should it win?

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4 Comments

1

hmm not bad

A5J4DX on Jan 4, 2011

2

Clean, straight to the point and boring, just like Facebook. The film was incredible, definitely a favourite of the year, quite depressing that such a socially inept man boy made so much money out of being a cyber stalker. I hope it wins something, it definitely paints a realistic picture of modern society.

Crapola on Jan 4, 2011

3

Aiming for the best picture sure is a high hope.

Jon A. on Jan 4, 2011

4

It's probably going to win... at least it has a very strong chance. Why do you think that's such a "high hope"?

Alex Billington on Jan 8, 2011

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