jOBS SynopsisIt only takes one person to start a revolution.
The extraordinary story of Steve Jobs, the original innovator and ground-breaking entrepreneur who let nothing stand in the way of greatness.
The film tells the epic and turbulent story of Jobs as he blazed a trail that changed technology -- and the world – forever.
jOBS Release Date
In Theaters August 16, 2013
Starring: Ashton Kutcher, Josh Gad, Dermot Mulroney, Lukas Haas, J.K. Simmons, Matthew Modine, and James Woods
Written by: Matt Whiteley
Directed by: Joshua Michael Stern
Produced by: Mark Hulme
Length: 127 min
MPAA Rating: [ PG-13 ]
Distributor: Open Road Films
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Steve Jobs hits theaters this weekend, only a few short years after the Ashton Kutcher-fronted Jobs. This isn't the first time we've had dueling biopics, and we look back at some notable pairs to see which one did it best.
by Brent McKnight October 9, 2015 comments
Yet Another A-Lister Walks Away From The Steve Jobs Biopic
Another day, another A-list actor has passed on the Danny Boyle directed biopic centered around Steve Jobs. Take a look at who's leaving after the jump.
by Mike Reyes December 9, 2014 comments
David Fincher Demands Christian Bale To Be His Steve Jobs
A few weeks back, word arose that David Fincher was circling Sony's Steve Job's biopic. Now it seems a script penned by Aaron Sorkin isn't enough of an incentive to sign on. Fincher is demanding Christian Bale for the lead role, or else he's walking.
by Kristy Puchko March 20, 2014 comments
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The Canyons has a coloring and a synth-oriented soundtrack that makes it stand out, and its story, while harrowing and simultaneously a little goofy, does feature Lohan proving she can act. This may not be the movie that turns things around for LiLo, but it may be the movie that reminds you of why she was an “it girl” in the first place.
by Jessica Rawden November 26, 2013 comments
Apple Co-Founder Steve Wozniak Calls Out Ashton Kutcher
Specifically, he said, “I thought the acting throughout was good. I was attentive and entertained but not greatly enough to recommend the movie. I suspect a lot of what was wrong with the film came from Ashton’s own image of Jobs.”
by Nick Venable August 16, 2013 comments
Jobs Giveaway: Win A T-Shirt, Soundtrack, And Poster Signed By Ashton Kutcher
Following Jobs from his years doing drugs and making trouble at Reed College to his ouster from Apple and return to the company in 1996, it's a sweeping story about the years before Jobs exploded back into the tech world with the invention of the iPod and later the iPhone. It's a story about a tech genius, but also a look at the personal life of a man who couldn't always treat the people in his life as well as he treated his own ideas
by Katey Rich August 14, 2013 comments
Ashton Kutcher Looks Trippy As Steve Jobs In Latest Jobs Poster
Penned by Matt Whiteley, Jobs (formerly jOBS) focuses on how Jobs went from being a college dropout to one of the most highly regarded entrepreneurs the world has ever seen.
by Kristy Puchko July 3, 2013 comments
See Ashton Kutcher Playing Steve Jobs In New Trailer
Scripted by newcomer Matt Whiteley, the film tells the story of how Jobs dropped out of college and eventually founded one of the most influential tech companies of the 20th century. Jobs' terrific supporting cast includes Josh Gad, James Woods, Matthew Modine, Dermot Mulroney, Lukas Haas, and J.K. Simmons. See the film in theaters on August 16th.
by Eric Eisenberg June 21, 2013 comments
The Counselor, Alvin And The Chipmunks 4, And More Get New Release Dates
Prepare thyselves, for Hollywood is doing some major moving and shaking today with its release calendar. Not only has 20th Century Fox announced new dates for four of their upcoming features, we also have learned when you'll be able to see one of the most talked about films of this year's Sundance Film Festival.
by Eric Eisenberg June 11, 2013 comments
Ashton Kutcher's Steve Jobs Biopic Delayed Indefinitely
The biopic has generated a decent amount of press thanks to Stern’s decision to cast Two and a Half Men co-star Ashton Kutcher as the tech pioneer. At least the trade is saying that the delay is being implemented as a means of better marketing the film instead of putting the biopic under the knife of a cut-happy editor, because the movie – at this moment – is finished.
by Sean O'Connell March 18, 2013 comments
jOBS Review: Ashton Kutcher Does Well, But The Movie Fails To Think Different
For the last decade of his life the public image of Steve Jobs was the same every year: a man standing in front of a large crowd, showing them some incredible piece of technology, and reveling in the massive applause. Ideally in a biopic you're going to see something more, but jOBS starts off with that scene exactly
by Katey Rich January 25, 2013 comments
Watch Ashton Kutcher As Steve Jobs In First JOBS Clip
This clip that shows Jobs (Kutcher) attempting to convince Wozniak (Josh Gad) that the operating system he's building as a hobby could be fine-tuned to be sold commercially. Incredulous, the 1970s Wozniak—with period appropriate bad hair—declares, "Nobody wants to buy a computer!" Of course Jobs knows better.
by Kristy Puchko January 24, 2013 comments
Ashton Kutcher's Steve Jobs Biopic Gets A Release Date
Based on a screenplay by Matthew Whiteley, the film chronicles most of Steve Jobs' life, ranging from 1971 to 2001, as he dropped out of college and grew to be one of the greatest innovators of all time. The press release announcing the new release date calls the movie a "dialogue-driven story" that serves as an "epic" as well as a "personal portrait of Steve Jobs' life."
by Eric Eisenberg January 23, 2013 comments
Ashton Kutcher, Josh Gad Analyze Tech In New jOBS Images
Stern’s movie has been programmed as the Closing Night film for this year’s Sundance fest. After it screens, it will slide of the radar until April, when mainstream audiences will be able to get a full look at the on-screen tribute to the Apple co-founder’s earliest days.
by Sean O'Connell January 16, 2013 comments
Ashton Kutcher's Steve Jobs Biopic Sets April Release
With Aaron Sorkin still planning his own take on the life and work of Apple founder Steve Jobs, Ashton Kutcher's version of the story needs to get into theaters well ahead of it, to at least give itself a fighting chance of standing on its own. Now it's found the distributor that will get it there. Open Road Films has acquired the film jOBS for distribution
by Katey Rich January 3, 2013 comments
Ashton Kutcher's Steve Jobs Biopic Close To A Distribution Deal
The first of the two in-development Steve Jobs biopics is just about ready to make its way to a theater near you. Open Road films is now in negotiations to acquire distribution rights for Jobs, the new film from director Joshua Michael Stern with Ashton Kutcher as the Apple founder. The movie is set to premiere at the Sundance Film Festival later this month.
by Eric Eisenberg January 2, 2013 comments
Matthew Modine Joins Ashton Kutcher For Steve Jobs Biopic
First there was Capote versus Infamous. Then there was Lovelace versus Inferno, and now in the latest round of battling biopics, it is Steve Jobs versus Jobs, two separate dramas aiming to unfold the complicated man who made Apple what it is today.
by Kristy Puchko June 8, 2012 comments
Ahna O'Reilly Cast As Female Lead In Steve Jobs Biopic
Back in 1999 TNT aired a made-for-TV movie called Pirates of Silicon Valley, which told the story of Steve Jobs and Bill Gates' ascension to becoming the tech-icons we now know them to be. Part of Jobs' side of the story included his relationship with his high school girlfriend and the birth of his first child Lisa in 1978. This part of Jobs' life will apparently be explored to some extent in the upcoming biopic Jobs, as the role of Chris-Ann Brennan has been cast.
by Kelly West May 28, 2012 comments
Book Of Mormon's Josh Gad In Talks To Join Ashton Kutcher In Steve Jobs Biopic
Sure, Kutcher's better known for his comedic work than he is for dramas, but he does bear some resemblance to Jobs in his younger years, and producer Mark Hulme expressed optimism that Kutcher has what it takes to carry the "psychological complexity" of the role. In another interesting casting development for the film, it looks like Jobs may have found its Woz, and once again, they're going with someone better known for their comedy work than for drama.
by Kelly West April 27, 2012 comments
Ashton Kutcher To Star In Steve Jobs Biopic
This bit of news may have been better suited for tomorrow, given that it’s April Fool’s Day, but this is apparently confirmed as the real deal. Ashton Kutcher has been tapped to play the lead in an upcoming independent film based on the life of Apple creator and tech-icon Steve Jobs.
by Kelly West April 1, 2012 comments
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