The Social Network Wins Golden Globe for Best Motion Picture

Posted on January 17, 2011

The Social Network was named the Best Motion Picture in the drama category at last night's Golden Globe Awards. The major award for the movie, which covers the rise of Facebook, comes just a few years after social networking started become widely used.

A lot of the news about the film winning will likely be shared on social networks, including Facebook. Facebook was founded in 2004. The Social Network Producer Scott Rudin thanked everyone at Facebook, including Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg in his acceptance speech. Take a look:

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