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The Winkelvoss Twins Are Moving to $18 Million Home in Hollywood Hills

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It could easily be said that it was just a matter of time: The Winklevoss twins, of perpetual-beef-with-Mark-Zuckerberg fame, bought a house in the Hollywood Hills and are making the move to Cali.

TMZ reports that Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, who garnered the world's scorn when they were portrayed as beefy, entitled douchebags in "The Social Network," are reportedly hoping to turn L.A. into the next Silicon Valley by opening up a west coast branch of their investment company, Winklevoss Capital.

They will do so from an 8,000 square foot home that cost $18 million.