In 2010, Aaron Sorkin penned The Social Network, the movie that recounted the beginnings of Facebook, zeroing in on co-founder Mark Zuckerberg. Since then, life has appeared to imitate artwork with the dramatics portrayed on-screen discovering firm within the numerous scandals and headlines which have trailed Facebook and in keeping with Sorkin, it is greater than sufficient indication to know sequel must be made.
It was in a latest interview that Sorkin defined that he and producer Scott Rudin have had a number of conversations a few follow-up to their Oscar-winning movie. "I've gotten a couple of e-mail from him with an article connected saying, ‘Isn’t it time for a sequel?”
“First of all, I do know much more about Facebook in 2005 than I do in 2018 — however, I do know sufficient to know that there must be a sequel,” Sorkin mentioned, including, "A lot of very fascinating dramatic stuff has occurred because the film ends, with settling the lawsuit from the Winklevoss twins and Eduardo Saverin."
Notably, Facebook has needed to cope with the backlash that has come connected to the info breach involving hundreds of thousands of customers within the European Union and political consulting agency Cambridge Analytica. The firm has additionally needed to face the app's perceived function within the speedy transit of "faux information" at the present time.