"Zuckerberg: King of the Metaverse" will contain rare archive footage and exclusive interviews.
Mark Zuckerberg's life and creation of Facebook/Meta will be covered in a new Sky documentary, according to Deadline.
The website revealed that the 90-minute movie, called Zuckerberg: King of the Metaverse for now, will piece together "rare archive footage and exclusive interviews with those close to Zuckerberg." Rogan Productions and Nick Green will reportedly work on the film ordered for the Sky Documentaries channel.
At the same time, BBC is preparing its own "Zuckerberg", a three-part series marking the 20th anniversary of Facebook.
Aside from the Meta creator, several other personas will get their documentary, including Daley Thompson, Steve Backshall, and Michael Stone. We will also see Dublin Narcos, a sequel to Liverpool Narcos; Gone: Ireland’s Vanishing Triangle, the story of women missing in the Wicklow Mountains; and Forced Out, which talks about how homosexual men and women were dishonorably discharged from the UK army up until 2000.
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