You’ll be able to see Ashton Kutcher playing Apple co-founder Steve Jobs at your local theater beginning April 19.
Tracking the History of jOBS
Ashton Kutcher, currently starring in Two and a Half Men, has reportedly been cast as Steve Jobs in the bio film of the Apple co-founder’s life. Despite it being April Fools Day, Variety is standing by a report that Ashton Kutcher will indeed be donning the black turtleneck to play Steve Jobs in the upcoming […]
Who would have ever thought a picture of Ashton Kutcher wearing a black turtler neck could get people so interested? The first photos have surfaced of Ashton Kutcher “in costume” – can you really define a black turtle neck and jeans as a costume? – walking to set of Jobs: Get Inspired. TMZ posted the photos this […]
jOBS: Get Inspired. was originally going to be a television movie, but it appears that things may be changing ever so slightly. It was announced last April that Ashton Kutcher would be playing Steve Jobs in a biographical picture of the Apple co-founder’s life. The story will apparently follow Jobs from 1971 to 2000, and cover his […]
Guess it’s time to finally see if the movie is actually any good.
When the movie went into production last year it was originally rumored to be a TV project, but somewhere along the way it became an actual theatrical release. This makes it the first of two large scale productions planned around Jobs’ life, the second is currently being scripted by Aaron Sorkin, but no word as of yet when that one will begin production. That latter is also considered the ‘official’ film as it is based on Walter Isaacson’s biography. It is still unclear what JOBS used as source material.
As for storyline, JOBS will reportedly cover the man’s life from 1971 to 2000, just before the introduction of the iPod. This means we should see the founding of the company, his eventual departure, the founding of NeXT, the building of Pixar and his eventual return to Apple.
So mark your calendars for April 19, although you probably already have as it also happens to be the anniversary of the founding of Apple.