Ashton Kutcher's 'jOBS' to close Sundance Film Festival next month
This movie should not be confused with the film that will be based on Walter Isaacson's biography of Steve Jobs. That script is being written by Aaron Sorkin and an early outline reveals that this picture will be broken down into three parts, each showing Jobs backstage before one of his famous product announcements: the original Mac, NeXT, and the Apple iPod. If true, neither movie will delve into the introduction of the Apple iPhone and the changes to the mobile industry that followed its release.
source: SundanceFilmFestival, Verge via AppleInsider
Ashton Kutcher (R) as Steve Jobs in 'jOBS'
1. Izzy_V posted on 03 Dec 2012, 19:28 13 5
That makes sense, an actor with no talent portraying a man that used to run a company that - now - has no innovative talent. :)
3. lyndon420 posted on 03 Dec 2012, 19:34 9 4
Hey...did you catch the iphone ad where they showcased the noise cancelling mic? They made it out to be something amazing when it is something that is practically expected on any smart phone these days.
7. Izzy_V posted on 03 Dec 2012, 20:06 6 1
Yeah. When I thought apple couldn't make anything worse than their devices they came out with their terribad commercials. To be honest, the ones that bother me the most are those that use hands/fingers that look like the person has 2 left hands. It's plain creepy.
12. Nadr1212 posted on 03 Dec 2012, 22:03 0 0
Heh, the 1971 scene must be easy 4 Ashton cuz he was on "That 70's Show"
There is some resemblance between them, though
8. lonestrider posted on 03 Dec 2012, 20:11 0 0
which one have no talent? the company or the man?
you mention about 'a company that - now'. Now. but the 'man' you mention before isn't running that company anymore.
that company is much better when that man is there.
so, that man is innovative (at least at the presentation things). the company itself (should be represent the present man who's running it) is a crap.
13. AnTuTu posted on 03 Dec 2012, 23:36 7 1
This movie will be based on how you can steal others ideas, patent them as your own and then sue others who are using that technology in their products.
This will be a biggest blockbuster hit lolzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz and only iFans would line up for this crap.
2. Droiddoes posted on 03 Dec 2012, 19:33 8 2
Who the f*ck would pay money to see this? I just don't get it, just like "the social network", could not care less.
4. Whateverman posted on 03 Dec 2012, 19:55 4 1
I don't know about PAYING to see this movie, but I would watch it if it were a "made for tv" type movie. It would probably be a better mini series than a movie. But it would have to cover everything, all the way up until the very end. I'm talking the the pregnant girlfriend he dumped, the astranged daughter, stealing the mouse, and going all "thermonuclear".
Yeah, I might watch that.
5. InspectorGadget80 posted on 03 Dec 2012, 20:03 0 0
I kinda like the original film bout STEVE JOBS why remake it?
10. Whateverman posted on 03 Dec 2012, 21:24 2 1
Original movie? What was it called, "Jacka$$"! JK.
But really what movie was that, I missed it.
11. tedkord posted on 03 Dec 2012, 21:27 6 0
He's probably talking about Pirates of Silicon Valley. It was a pretty good watch.
14. Whateverman posted on 04 Dec 2012, 02:08 0 0
Thanks! I'll have to check that out.
6. phil2n posted on 03 Dec 2012, 20:06 0 0
i will be waiting Josh Gad who will play the role of Steve Woz..
waiting for his quote "WP is the smoothest OS while Android is the best in innovating".
wait there's one more
He will say "Apple is best in suing and patenting" ..
9. someones4 posted on 03 Dec 2012, 21:10 1 0
I still think that steve jobs doesn't deserve his own movie. Plenty of other true visionaries out there.