'jOBS' The Movie About Apple Founder Steve Jobs
All posts featuring Information About The Steve Jobs Movie… ‘jOBS’
Friday 25th January marked the premier screening for the biopic “jOBS’ featuring moments before the now deceased Steve Jobs Keynotes. Debuting at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival it’s already felt the wrath of Wozniack who said “it’s totally wrong” and now other reviews are coming in.
I was approached early on [for JOBS]. I read a script as far as I could stomach it and felt it was crap. The Sony people got in contact with me too and in the end I went with them. You can’t do both [films] and be paid.
Everyone who’s following the jOBS biopic knows Ashton Kutcher will be playing the late, great Steve Jobs but there’s more than a few people nervous if Kutcher has the acting chops to pull of the iconic figure. In a clip courtesy of EntertainmentWeekly, he’s seen having a heated debate with Josh Gad, who plays Steve Wozniak in the jOBS movie, and although it’s only a short snippet, it gives a general idea as to how both actors represent their respective characters.
There isn’t that much in the way of details about “jOBS” the film about the late Apple founder, Steve Jobs but its been announced that first airings will show at the Sundance Festival in April. Oh and did we mention that a favorite of ours, James Woods, has also been cast
Aaron Sorkin the acclaimed screenwriter finally let some details slip today at The Hero Summit about jOBS, The Steve Jobs biopic, jOBS. Presented in an act fashion, jOBS will comprise of 3, 30 minute segments focussing on back stage moments before some of the most iconic keynote moments.
We all know the leading man for ‘jOBS’ is Ashton Kutcher and today we learn of more actors joining the cast. Matthew Modine of ‘Full Metal Jacket’ takes on the role of (supervillan) John Sculley and Josh Gad from ‘Book of Mormon’ will be taking the role of Steve “Wozza” Wozniak.
The film, previously titled Jobs: Get Inspired, now going by the name jOBS, and it’s now set to start filming in June 2012 for a more than likely in 2013. This comes at a time when Sony Pictures are also looking to produce a Steve Jobs based movie.