jOBS Steve Jobs Biopic with Aaron Sorkin and Ashton Kutcher
Less than one year has passed since Steve Jobs died and the popularity of his biography by Walter Isaacson has sparked an interest in making a biopic. At the healm of the project, Aaron Sorkin, who also wrote The Social Network and The West Wing and Ashton Kutcher.
The film chronicling the life of Steve Jobs, the Apple Inc. co-founder and charismatic master of innovation, begins principal photography in June and in keeping with the project's commitment to accuracy and authenticity, will film early scenes in the actual Los Altos home where Jobs grew up and in the historic garage where he and Steve Wozniak founded Apple.
jOBS is produced by Mark Hulme and Five Star Pictures and directed by Joshua Michael Stern of Swing Vote and Neverwas.
jOBS chronicles the 30 most defining years of Steve Jobs' life, as seen through his, colleagues', and friends' eyes. Dark, honest, and uncompromising, jOBS plunges into the depths of his character, creating an intense dialogue-driven story that is as much a sweeping epic as it is an immensely personal portrait of Steve Jobs' life.
On the film's website, thejobsmovie.com, Hulme elaborates on his motivations for making jOBS.
One of the great innovators and futurist patriarchs of our time, Steve Jobs was somehow simultaneously a prophet and a pariah for millions of consumers. His is a truly fascinating story that cannot properly be told in such a short space, and that is why we are determined to bring his tale –both the good and the bad, the regrettable and unforgettable, the villainous and heroic– to the big screen.
Ashton Kutcher was seen out and about in his Steve Jobs wardrobe.
jOBS current has the tagline "Get inspired" and is scheduled for a late fall, 2012 release.
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