The dreams of the visionary Steve Jobs meet the pragmatism of Ashton Kutcher being the Apple founder's closest visual analogue in the new trailer for Jobs. The results, unsurprisingly, seem to have come out about the same as when any other company tries to copy an Apple design: it looks relatively accurate superficially, and it seems largely functional, but there's still just enough tangible cheapness that no one is going to be queuing up on the sidewalk for this thing. Still, if you can't wait for Sorkin-upgraded Jobs biopic S, this will do.
Lucky they got that Macklemore track. It would have really brought down the mood if they had to use Mack the Knife just to get someone saying "Mac" in there.
In the Steve Jobs spirit of innovation toward trendy little things we probably didn't need, Open Roads Films has made their Jobs biopic the first film to have an Instagram trailer. At last we can remember the Apple founder the same way we remember what fancy plate of food we at... / Continue →
You've seen Ashton Kutcher pretend to be youngish Steve Jobs by casually draping himself across a desk for jOBS. Now, here he is imitating the elder Jobs in a new photo tweeted by Punk'd himself. And look, with a split-face comparison! So you can tell he's probably not playing ... / Continue →
Yesterday brought a first look at jOBS with a short clip of Ashton Kutcher emphatic about the idea of a personal computer revolution. But if you ask Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, that's not the way that scene with Ashton Kutcher went down at all. That was not Ashton Kutcher's... / Continue →