Have you ever watched the movie ‘The Social Network’? If you have, then you might have noticed that there was a reference to a famous movie star.
But who was it? In this article, we will explore the answer to this question and reveal who the movie star was.
The Social Network
First, let’s talk about the movie itself. ‘The Social Network’ is a drama film released in 2010 that tells the story of how Facebook came to be. The film features Jesse Eisenberg as Mark Zuckerberg, the co-founder of Facebook, and Andrew Garfield as Eduardo Saverin, another co-founder.
In one of the scenes in the movie, Eduardo Saverin is talking to his girlfriend about how he feels left out of Facebook’s decision-making process. He then says, “I’m just like that guy in ‘The Godfather’..you know, Michael Corleone at the end of Part II.”
Who is Michael Corleone?
Michael Corleone is a fictional character portrayed by Al Pacino in ‘The Godfather’ trilogy. The character evolves from a war hero to a ruthless mob boss over the course of three movies. In ‘The Godfather Part II’, Michael Corleone becomes more powerful and paranoid which ultimately leads to him pushing away his family members.
What does it mean?
So why did Eduardo reference Michael Corleone in ‘The Social Network’? It’s likely that he was comparing himself to Michael Corleone at the end of Part II because both characters were left out of important decisions despite being part of their respective organizations. Additionally, both characters were pushed away from their families and friends due to their actions.
In conclusion, Eduardo Saverin referenced Michael Corleone from ‘The Godfather Part II’ in ‘The Social Network’. The reference was likely made to show how Eduardo felt left out and pushed away from Facebook’s decision-making process. It’s interesting to see how movies reference each other and how it adds another layer of depth to the story being told.