Veteran Hollywood TV writer-director-producer Ken Levine got a nice surprise over the weekend via his personal Blogspot page. On Saturday night, October 9th, The Social Network screenwriter Aaron Sorkin took time to send over a comment in response to another reader’s concerns about the lack of good female roles in the number one movie at the box office for two weekends running.

“Tarazza – believe me, I get it,” Sorkin begins. “It’s not hard to understand how bright women could be appalled by what they saw in the movie but you have to understand that that was the very specific world I was writing about… Mark [Zuckerberg]‘s blogging that we hear in voiceover as he drinks, hacks, creates Facemash and dreams of the kind of party he’s sure he’s missing, came directly from Mark’s blog…”

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