NY Congressman Anthony Weiner started texting Megan Broussard after she posted one word on his Facebook Page. ‘Hotttt.’ Yup, that’s all it took. Within days, their chats turned um, personal. And the rest is part of the latest political scandal that’s been dubbed ‘Weinergate’
In the video interview below, Zuckerberg says he has been dumped by girls a lot, not just once. He was impressed that the filmmakers got all his shirts right. But he’s amazed that the film made it look like the whole reason for creating Facebook was to get girls. “I have been dating the same girl since before I started Facebook,” he explains.
But Mark’s way outnumbered in not liking the film. “Social Network”, the screenwriter Aaron Sorkin was recently inducted into the Final Draft Hall of Fame at the annual awards — sponsored by Marc Madnick‘s screenwriting software company — at the Paley Center in Beverly Hills on Thursday (Oct 14 2010).
“It’s a very exciting time and I’m trying to do my best to enjoy it,” a
slightly flustered Aaron told The Dish Rag. “Ordinarily I’d just be very
nervous, very anxious and waiting to be hit by a bus. This time around
I’m trying to enjoy it. I love the people I made the movie with and I’m
so proud of them that I’m just going to walk through it and keep my head
That’s up, Aaron. Keep your head up. After all, the Oscar season is a-coming and critics Roger Ebert called the movie “splendidly well-made” while Peter Travers of Rolling Stone called “Network” “movie of the year.”
the rave reviews, Aaron told the crowd: “When it seemed like thousands
of reviews came in and they all appeared to be written by my mother, I
asked (director) David Fincher, ‘When will the inevitable backlash begin?’ David said, ‘The moment you pick up your first award.”
Then Aaron held up his award…..to raucous laughter from the crowd.
We wondered if Aaron Sorkin ever met Zuckerberg. “I haven’t met Mark
Zuckerberg, but I’d be happy to,” he told The Dish Rag. “Honestly, my
priority is always the audience. ”
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Brad Pitt is funny. I mean really funny. Deadpan funny. Either that or he got his pal George Clooney to help him write rethe speech he gave last night about Cassie, sorry, Casey Affleck at the Hollywood Awards.
Brad began: “When my agent first asked me if I would like to present an award to Affleck, I said,’Yeah, great! I love that guy!’ and she said, ‘No, it’s the other one.’
“Anyway, I’m here tonight to honor two incredible performances by one man and his name is Cassie Affleck. One is in “Gone Baby Gone” and the other is “The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford,” now playing at a theatre nowhere near you.”