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Google Founders Hit The Big Screen

Google Founders Hit The Big Screen

Sergey Brin and Larry Page, better known as the founders of Google, will have their story told on the big screen.

The movie rights for Ken Auletta‘s recent book Google: The End of the World As We Know It have been bought and will be used for a feature film!

“It’s about these two young guys who created a company that changed the world, and how the world in turn changed them,” producer Michael London told Deadline.

“The heart of the movie is their wonderful edict, don’t be evil,” he added. “The intention is to be sympathetic to Sergey and Larry, and hopefully the film will be as interesting as the company they created.”

WHO DO YOU THINK should play Sergey and Larry in the film adaptation of Google’s story?

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  • elena

    jensen ackles and justin long

  • um

    I’d rather see the Facebook movie

  • http://www.webhostinglogic.com Hippy Hop

    Good gracious. I would like to think the story line is one sided. Will they tell the part wherein they have to make potshots at Yahoo just to make some scene with internet users? A lot of younger generations did not know that.

  • Ginger

    My dang laptop suck more than that movie Vampire Sucks… Anyway, I don’t care who plays them… I just care for their money!!! They are two smart billionaires!!! Yes, yahoo was the thing back then… but I switch to Google because Yahoo just had so much junk on their homepage. And I was running on dial-up and it took forever to download everything that was on the yahoo homepage. Google was just simple and easier to load.

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