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.
He may be gone but thanks to the legacy he left behind, certain indie film and Hollywood movie production studios will never lets us forget the iconic Apple founder, Steve Jobs. We will all continue to enjoy the amazing products and services which Jobs managed to unleash to the world during his final years with Apple, but if Ashton Kutcher has anything to do with it, we could be remembering the former Apple CEO for different reasons.
When an individual makes the kind of impact Steve Jobs managed to make in the consumer electronics industry, more often than not, a movie is made to offer a deeper, dramatized insight into proceedings - particularly when that individual has passed away. Such was the impact of the late, great Apple co-founder, that there are two movies being produced contemporaneously, both of which will undoubtedly claim to offer the most accurate, entertaining account of Jobs' life.
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