Good news for Netflix users: the famous online media streaming service is now offering to stream “Jobs”, the infamous biographic movie based on Steve Jobs, founder and visionary behind the Cupertino tech giant Apple Inc., and starring Ashton Kutcher, who portrayed the character of Steve Jobs for the silver screen.
The movie 'Jobs,' which stars Ashton Kutcher as the late, great Apple co-founder, released back in August to mixed reviews, and due to some quite blatant oversights and misrepresentations of the truth, seemed not even to live up to expectation, which was modest at best. Still, today, the very Hollywood take on the life and times of Mr. Jobs is now available for all to see on DVD, Blu-ray as well as digitally through none other than Apple's own iTunes.
If you happen to be an avid Apple Inc. fan, or just a general lover of innovative and influential technology then it's always good to have a trip down nostalgia lane. The Jobs movie - starring Ashton Kutcher - is set for an August 16th release in theatres around the United States. In preparation for that launch, Open Road Films have released a new clip from the movie that not only gives us a taste of what to expect, but also takes us on a trip down memory lane to learn how one of the world's richest companies came to have the Apple Computers name.
As you will probably be well aware by now, an indie flick loosely documenting a portion of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs' life and tenure at the helm of the Cupertino company is almost set for release, and stars Ashton Kutcher as the man himself. The Two and a Half Men star has already spoken of his passion of technology and respect for Jobs in a recent interview, and now, an extended Jobs trailer and commentary on the movie offers even further insight into the soon-to-be-released flick.
Moviefone has just dropped a rather interesting new poster for the Steve Jobs-based movie starring Ashton Kutcher. Jobs, which is set to release worldwide on 16th of August, is greatly anticipated within tech circles, and never shy of a tagline or slogan himself, this poster of very first flick telling the story of the great man features one of its own. "Some see what's possible, others change what's possible" appears to be the take-home message from this most colorful of posters, which sees Kutcher made up as a very passable double to the late, great Apple co-founder.
A new trailer has been released for the upcoming Steve Jobs biopic starring Two and a Half Men's Ashton Kutcher. The movie, originally scheduled for release this past April, will reach theaters the world over on August 16th. You can watch the trailer after the jump.
The wait is almost over for those who have been anxiously anticipating the release of the jOBS biopic starring Ashton Kutcher. We've been kept regularly informed about the progress of the movie from the beginning of shooting, with the odd official image being released along the way to show exactly how convincing Kutcher will be in his portrayal of the iconic Apple co-founder.
jOBS, one of two movies based on and around the life of one Steve Jobs, is set to release later this year, and to mark the occasion, the movie's leading actors Ashton Kutcher and Josh Gad will kick off Macworld next week. The movie was the first to be announced, and Kutcher (Jobs) and Gad (Steve Wozniak) will be representing two of the Cupertino company's co-founders, and their impromptu visit to the annual Macworld/iWorld conference will no doubt ramp up intrigue in jOBS prior to its April release.
Although the Joshua Michael Stern directed jOBS movie is not the official adaptation of Walter Isaacson's autobiography, it is one of the most-anticipated independent films of recent times thanks to the insight that it promises to give into the life of the iconic Apple co-founder, Steve Jobs. When Ashton Kutcher was first announced as the actor who would be stepping into the role of Mr. Jobs, it immediately seemed like a great fit thanks to the remarkable similarities of the two, and the first official image release showing Kutcher in his Steve Jobs role only confirms that he is at least aesthetically the right man for the job.
Aaron Sorkin, writer behind the forthcoming film about Apple co-founder and former CEO Steve Jobs, has today revealed exactly what kind of format the motion picture will take. Sorkin already revealed it wouldn't simply play out like your archetypal life story, and today, has revealed it will be separated into just three scenes - each lasting thirty minutes.