Instead, he leaves an apology in the comments section of someone's blog.
'The Social Network': A young entrepreneur starts a business, escapes a liberal university, and fires a Brazilian immigrant.
Plus, David Cross proves that being an unintelligible drunk can't stop him from getting his own television show, on our regular late-night roundup.
"You are witnessing mad men and mad women ... I get to hear their thoughts."
The 'Black Swan' star had screenwriter Aaron Sorkin over for dinner to dish some Harvard gossip.
"I can't write a character without liking him, or rooting for him, or feeling empathy for him."
"I felt like it was easy to do the Revenge of the Nerds version of this, but there was something more compelling about doing it this way ... "
Newly uncovered I.M.s and e-mails show how close to reality Aaron Sorkin's screenplay might be.
"Fundamentally, you could tell the same story about the invention of a really good toaster."
Plus: Aaron Sorkin needs Facebook lessons.
Will a cocaine-fueled scene make the final cut?
This is the stuff of Shakespeare, he says.
It dubs Zuckerberg a "punk" and a "prophet."
Aaron Sorkin script paints Facebook founder as “borderline-autistic conniver.”
And Doug Liman is still making 'Survivor' jokes.
Dennis Quaid is ready to start learning his lines.
Scott Rudin backed down, and now Pitt may star.
How many behind-the-scenes shows can TV take?
Plus: Ben Kingsley! Astronauts! Hippies!
Hint: Justin Timberlake.
"'The Accidental Billionaires' is so obviously dramatized, and so clearly unreliable, that there’s no mistaking it for a serious document."
Are you sick of hearing about Soderbergh's 'Moneyball' movie that was put on ice three weeks ago? Too bad!
Says a blogger who claims to have read it: "It's a story about greed, about obsession, about our belief that all the money in the world can make us happy."
They're both jerks! Allegedly!
Plus: 'Slap Shot' gets a remake.