In a town-hall style Q&A Thursday, Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg admitted he was hurt by his depiction in "The Social Network," the 2010, award-winning movie about how he launched Facebook. Page Six reports the absurdly wealthy, 30-year-old tech mogul said, "They just kind of made up a bunch of stuff that I found really hurtful. They made up this whole plot line about how I somehow decided to create Facebook to attract girls. The real story is a lot of hard work. If they were really making a movie (about his starting Facebook) ... it would be of me sitting there coding for two hours straight."
Some of the funniest people on TV turn out to be painfully shy and uncomfortable with people. "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee" star Jerry Seinfeld, 60, puts himself in that category, telling Brian Williams Thursday on the NBC Nightly News that he thinks he might have a mild form of autism. "I think on a very drawn-out scale, I'm on the spectrum," People reports Seinfeld said. "Basic social engagement is really a struggle." But the comedian famous for making comedy out of nothing added, "I don't see it as dysfunctional, I just think of it as an alternate mindset."
Take the bus to Stevie Wonder
Detroiters worried about the long drive to The Palace of Auburn Hills to see Stevie Wonder's Nov. 20 "Songs in the Key of Life Performance" concert can leave the driving to someone else. Shahida Mausi, president and CEO of The Right Productions and general manager of Detroit's Chene Park, is partnering with Live Nation to offer a round-trip luxury ride from Chene Park to The Palace for $20 per person. Bus-riders can park in Chene Park's secure parking lot. Buses will leave at 6 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. For shuttle tickets, go to ticketmaster.com/event/08004D57DBA74E4D, or get them via the Chene Park app from iTunes or Android. For concert tix, go to stevie-wonder-songs-in-the-key-auburn-hills-michigan-11-20-2014/event/08004D2AFD455EA3?artistid=772848&majorcatid=10001&minorcatid.
Fly away, Harry
Prince Harry, 30, misses flying. And really, who wouldn't? The one-time military helicopter pilot has been working a desk job in London this year, laboring to make his Invictus Games for injured servicemen and women a reality. But People reports that at a Friday party honoring those who help rehabilitate wounded warriors, the "spare heir" told guests he'd love to take wing again. One of those present, Flt. Sgt. Lee Renard, a veteran of tours in Iraq and Afghanistan between 2006 and 2014, told reporters, "He said he enjoyed the flying and he missed it."
Compiled by Michael Hodges
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