Great movie, go see it. If Mark Zuckerberg is truly like that — he reminds me of many nerds I grew up with (wait a minute, I am a nerd).

However, he can’t add Erica Albright (even if I am sure he can access the account) because imagine what law suits might ensue. So, will it be forever “Awaiting friend confirmation?” I hope this isn’t a spoiler. Go see the movie (and be nice to nerds because they get great ideas that make them billionaires — just sayin’).

By the way, Erica Albright is allegedly Jessica Alona (not sure whether that’s true) or not.

**Jesse Eisenberg says he doesn’t even watch TV or use social networks even if he acted in such a successful movie.

14 thoughts on “Why Mark Zuckerberg can’t add Erica AlBright to his friends list?

  1. Geathan

    Too bad mark doesn’t approve the movie. He was portrayed a bit anti social. Kind of ironic.

  2. Alexander

    Zuckerberg is the world youngest billionaire, but all the money in the world won’t make Erica love him, or even notice him, or even add him to her friends list. Nice end shot in the movie with Mark looking up Erica’s Facebook page.

    1. Jerlyn

      Definitely cliche, but it goes to show : Money isn’t everything.

  3. thomas

    Ahh… I think Erica will notice him.. or else she is blind.. Hard for somebody not to notice him in theese days:-)

    1. Jerlyn

      Certainly, if she does exist…

  4. alex

    This was the greatest movies I have seen , I love FB , this film also inspire me in computer programming (coding ) , wow , nothing else to say . He’s genius !!!!

    1. Jerlyn

      After I watched it, I felt like going home to code also!

  5. ilaria

    hi! i’m an italianf girl who have seen the film:”the social network”.
    i want know many things:
    1-what does mark think about this film?
    2-does erica albright exist??
    3-mark’s ex-best friends….where is he?is he a mark’s colleague at the end?

    thank you and sorry me for the english mistakes!!!

    1. Jerlyn

      I’m really not sure, I think that’s what everyone also wonders…
      1. <– I think he disapproves of it.
      2. This movie has fiction in it, there has to be a reason why he started this site and it's possible that she did or didn't (might not be her name).
      3. At the end of the credits, they said his name was added back on and there's a show now called Facebook Obsessions (I haven't seen yet) that might answer that.

  6. Chechnya Simoo

    She should just get over it, she cant stay mad at Mark forever.

  7. Sean

    Some lady dumped Bill Gates too….. why is this such a biggie?

    1. Jerlyn

      Well, they didn’t make this movie about Bill Gates so maybe no one cares on that matter :). Besides, the Mark Zuckerberg story is more recent and he is the youngest billionaire for our generation so it’s sort of a big deal in comparison to Gates.

  8. sarah

    1. Mark said that the facts were real but not the atitude of the characters
    2.erica albright really exists
    3. i dont know

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