The Coke and Tits Stay in the Facebook Picture

After tense, months-long talks with Facebook executives, filmmakers behind Facebook flick The Social Network have decided to keep a scene involving cocaine and boobs. Did Facebook finally realize it will never again look this sexy?

The company had reportedly been complaining about inaccuracies in the film. But now, the Hollywood Reporter's Matt Belloni and Allison Hope Weiner write, the controversial coke scene is going forward under producer Scott Rudin and screenwriter Aaron Sorkin. The script is based on Ben Mezrich's book Accidental Billionaires, which contained similarly racy scenes, including one in which co-founder Mark Zuckerberg took home a Victoria's Secret model.

Click to view"Maybe the movie is a sign that Facebook has become meaningful to people, even if the movie is fiction," a Facebook spokesman tells THR. Translation: We finally realized no one will ever make Facebook this interesting or remotely cool again, and are just happy there are no scenes where our CEO grossly and unethically repurposes user data like he's been doing almost constantly since.