Mark Zuckerberg's relationship status has changed.
One day after taking Facebook public, the company's founder married his girlfriend, Priscilla Chan, Saturday in Palo Alto, Calif., People reports.
The intimate backyard ceremony was a surprise to the less than...
Jesse Eisenberg will reunite with The Social Network's Aaron Sorkin in his new HBO drama The Newsroom, Entertainment Weekly reports.
Eisenberg, who portrayed Mark Zuckerberg in the Oscar nominated film, has landed...
Time's Person of the Year for 2011 is ... "The Protester."
Mark Zuckerberg, Andy Samberg
Andy Samberg put on a hoodie and sandals and busted out his best Mark Zuckerberg impersonation Thursday at Facebook's f8 conference.
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"I'm going to start by focusing on key issues," Samberg opened. "First: authentic identity. And under this sweatshirt are rock solid, cut and greased abs!"
The Saturday Night Live star then bragged about ...
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Soap opera fans — and Hoover — can go ahead and blame ABC's head of daytime Brian Frons for the death of All My Children and One Life to Live. Two weeks ago, he pulled the trigger, ending 40 years worth of storytelling, and further enraging fans by announcing in the same breath that both series would be replaced by cheaper-to-produce talk shows.
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President Barack Obama shared his plan to improve the nationwide debt, as well as his ideas to improve healthcare, education and immigration during an hourlong Facebook Live town hall Wednesday. Moderated by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, the President took questions from company employees, online viewers and even Zuckerberg himself. "Historically, part of what makes for a healthy democracy ... is when you get citizens who are informed, who are engaged," Obama said. "Facebook helps make sure this isn't a...
President Barack Obama
President Barack Obama will hold a special Facebook Live town hall Wednesday, The White House announced.
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The event will be streamed live Wednesday at 4:45 ET/1:45 PT from Facebook headquarters in Palo Alto, Calif. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and...
Lie to Me
Lie to Me's Season 3 finale dares to ask the question: What if Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg had killed one of his closest friends and partners?
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Truthfully, the episode has nothing to do with Facebook, but you can't help but notice the parallels between it and the Oscar-nominated film, The Social Network, which explores the complicated personal and legal entanglements behind the founding of the most popular website on the Internet. In Lie to Me's tale, Nikita's Ashton Holmes plays Zach Morstein, the wunderkind co-creator of a popular dating application who Dr. Lightman (Tim Roth) fingers as the lead suspect in the murder of Zach's best friend and company co-founder.
Executive producers Alexander Cary and David Graziano happily wear their influences...
Mark Zuckerberg, Jesse Eisenberg
Days after receiving his first Oscar nomination for his performance as Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg in The Social Network, Jesse Eisenberg finally met the man behind status updates and poking on Saturday Night Live.
During the opening monologue, Eisenberg was interrupted by Andy Samberg's impression of Zuckerberg and the two compared tips on how to play the part. "I speak in short-clipped sentences and keep my head very still," Eisenberg said. Samberg said: "I wear this sweatshirt and then I say, 'I'm Mark Zuckerberg.'"
The real Zuckerberg soon crashed the party ("awk-berg" as Samberg put it). When Eisenberg asked if he had ever...
Dana Carvey, Jesse Eisenberg
The Social Network star Jesse Eisenberg will host the final Saturday Night Live of January, NBC announced Friday.
Eisenberg, who's nominated for a Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild award for his portrayal of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, will host the Jan. 29 episode. He will be joined by musical guest Nicki Minaj.