The Social Network team of David Fincher, Aaron Sorkin, and producer Scott Rudin are getting back together for a Steve Jobs film that already sounds a lot better than the Ashton Kutcher one. According to previously described by the screenwriter, the film takes place across three real-time scenes, each taking place backstage just before a big product launch presentation. Sorkin also said that he hopes he can "earn" an ending that will close with the text "Here's to the crazy ones." Should Fincher sign on, we know at least that said text sequence should be pretty cool and stylized.
The Steve Jobs film Aaron Sorkin is doing still doesn't have a director or star attached, but it does have a structure that's unique for more than just not being built upon a foundation of Kutcher.... / Continue →
The one that is not employing any actors from Two and a Half Men to put on a mock turtleneck. / Continue →
The ridiculously expensive 3-D Cleopatra biopic James Cameron planned on making with Angelina Jolie--until Fox convinced him to just keep pushing out those Avatars, that is--may now be finding its way into the hands of David Fincher. According to Deadline, Sony and producer Sco... / Continue →