NBC sportscaster Bob Fitzgerald makes a blunder after spotting Jesse Eisenberg in the crowd then referred to him as the Facebook creator.
A report suggests Facebook's acquisition of Instagram may have been even more intriguing than initially thought, as CEO Kevin Systrom may have used an offer from Twitter to his advantage. The Social Network 2, anyone?
Aaron Sorkin, screenwriter of The Social Network, has an offer from Sony to adapt Walter Isaacson's Steve Jobs biography into a feature film.
Are you avoiding streaming services in favor of physical media? Netflix has a new unlimited DVD plan that may be perfect for you.
So what exactly will Justin Timberlake be doing at MySpace? Possibly turning it into a talent competition.
You know what's cool? Owning a MySpace — at least according to singer and actor Justin Timberlake, who just helped buy the failing social network for $35 million.
Seven years and $65 million later, the Winklevoss twins have finally decided to stop suing Facebook.
A judge has ruled that the Winklevoss twins cannot have their original settlement revoked in order to file a new lawsuit against Facebook. In response the twins have vowed to petition for a rehearing.
The Social Network’s Josh Pence has been cast as Ra’s al Ghul in a flashback sequence for Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Rises.
What's cooler than winning one Academy Award? Winning three Academy Awards — which is exactly what The Social Network did this year. (That does not, however, include Best Picture.)
This Sunday, James Franco and Anne Hathaway will host the 83rd annual Academy Awards. Our own Jeffrey Van Camp and Ryan Fleming discuss their picks for who should win, and who will win.
TweetBeat has analyzed more than 25,000 Oscar-related tweets to predict which films and actors will win at this year's Academy Awards.
Google has analyzed search trends and past years' winners to predict who will take home the night's biggest award on February 27.
Ahead of the Oscars, a behind-the-scenes documentary about The Social Network lands online.
On the set of SNL, The Social Network star Jesse Eisenberg finally got his chance to meet the real Mark Zuckerberg.