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Fincher’s “The Social Network” To Come Complete With Hookers & Blow

Note to Academy: Stop ignoring Fincher.

Let me get this straight as I am confused. David Fincher and co. were thinking about taking the nose candy and knockers out of “The Social Network”? Really? No way right? I mean, how can you make a movie about a 20-something overnight multimillionaire that doesn’t involve them doing blow off of a hooker’s boob? Isn’t that standard operating procedure ? It has to go like this:

  1. Invent something.
  2. Get filthy rich.
  3. Buy coke.
  4. Hire strippers.
  5. Put coke on strippers boob.
  6. Sniff.
  7. Repeat.

Ah yes, cocaine humor. That’s where this blog is heading. It’s a sad day my tens of readers, a sad day.

Well, it looks like my Leader (one of many) David Fincher is indeed going to keep this key process in the flick. Until this little episode, it hadn’t even crossed my mind that this movie was going for a PG-13 rating. Did anyone think this wasn’t going to be a hard R-rated flick? We’re talking about college aged kids becoming billionaires here, I’m sure they probably said the f-word.

Regardless, I can’t wait to see this one. From what I’ve read so far, Fincher doesn’t disappoint. Of course, one of those reviews is from that moron Peter Travers, a guy that loved “MacGruber”. Travers is a movie critic savage. He’s beyond douchery.

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  1. August 25, 2010 at 11:06 AM

    Actually, Fincher only put any thought into making the proposed cut because Facebook’s chiefs saw an early cut of the film and made a number of requested changes (more than they deserved to be given). Rudin, not Fincher, gave thought to actually making the tweaks. Fortunately those tweaks won’t be made.

    Travers is kind of a joke, but I wouldn’t go any further than that. There are a number of critics out there that deserve our derision more than he, like Peter Keough of the Boston Phoenix.

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