‘Lean In’ To Be Made Into Movie

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‘Lean In’ To Be Made Into Movie

Facebook chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg’s 2013 bestseller Lean In, which aims to empower women in the workplace, is slated to be turned into a movie by Sony Pictures and likely directed by Aaron Sorkin. What do you think?

  • “This has ‘no nude scenes’ written all over it.”

    Mike Berandes
    Charter Bus Driver
  • “I hope it’s in 3D. It’d be so cool to see an empowered woman coming right at you.”

    Katie Urso
    Secretarial Worker
  • “My daughter is way too empowered as it is.”

    James Smocer
    Food Service Overseer
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