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TIL in 1998, Marvel offered the cinematic rights of almost all of it's characters to Sony for a mere $25 million. Sony rejected the offer, and only purchased the rights to Spiderman for $10 million believing that movie audiences would only care about him.
Sony didn't believe that Aaron Sorkin's 162 page script for The Social Network would come out under 2 hours, so David Fincher timed Aaron reading it aloud. The reading took 1 hour 59 minutes, which was the exact running time of the final cut