Following the success of The Social Network, Director Adam Cozad was certain he’d have a hit on his hands with Online Friends, a film about Myspace’s inception. Unfortunately, much like the site itself, no one gave a sh#t about the movie.
While Facebook’s value has been assessed at close to $100 billion since filing an initial public offering last week, industry insiders estimated rival Myspace’s worth to be somewhere in the neighborhood of $75 – $80.
Myspace founder Tom Anderson, who filed for bankruptcy just four months after Facebook became popular in 2007, reached out to OMGG.com for his first interview in over a year.
“I’ll be back on top soon, I once had over 200 million default friends,” reminisced Anderson, from his modest two-bedroom home in Amberg, Wisconsin. “Oh, and one more thing…Zuckerberg can suck it!”