Facebook apparently took their Palo Alto employees to see David Fincher's The Social Network last night. Facebook CEO and founder Mark Zuckerberg had who previously dismissed the movie as “fiction” was even rumored to be attending.
The Social Network Producer Scott Rudin claimed Facebook lobbied for substantial changes in the Script during production and ultimately did not want Fincher's movie in theaters. Sources claim Facebook bought out two theaters of the Mountain View Century 16 so their employees could see the completely "fictitious" version of Facebook’s founding. Facebook spokesman Larry Yu said in a statement:
"To celebrate a period of intense activity at Facebook, we decided to go to the movies. We thought this particular movie might be amusing."