Of the docudrama "The Social Network," Mark Zuckerberg said "It's interesting what [the film's producers] focused on getting right," pointing out that "every single shirt and fleece" his character wore in the move is one that he owns. Outside of those subtle details, Zuckerberg said the flick got a long wrong and "a lot of random details right."
Accurate or not, "The Social Network" was a hit, and it has several Golden Globe awards to prove it. The movie was nominated for six Golden Globes last night and won all but two of them, missing the mark for Best Supporting Actor (Andrew Garfield) and Best Actor, Drama (Jesse Eisnberg).
The four awards it did win include Best Original Score (Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross), Best Screenplay (Aaron Sorkin), Best Director (David Fincher), and Best Picture, Drama.
Perhaps no one was more surprised at walking away with an award associated with "The Social Network" than Nine Inch Nails' Trent Reznor, who tweeted "Holy s__t!" after winning the musical score category.