Movies haven’t often been described necessarily as a writer’s medium, but in the case of Universal’s Steve Jobs, there can be no question that the real star of this show is screenwriter Aaron Sorkin. The Oscar-winning writer of The Social...Show More Summary
The audio: 10-09hhs-fiorina The transcript: HH: One name on many people’s lips is that of Carly Fiorina, clearly the most surprising story of 2016, skyrocketing into if not frontrunner, then near-frontrunner status, and making me look...Show More Summary
This weekend sees the wide release of Danny Boyle's latest film, Steve Jobs, which takes a close look at the life of the tech legend who founded Apple and is responsible for any number of innovations in the field. It's also the second...Show More Summary
Were you to go into Steve Jobs having no idea who Steve Jobs was, Steve Jobs wouldn’t really tell you. The character (played by Michael Fassbender) explains to a pissed-off Steve Wozniak (Seth Rogen) at one point that “play[s] the orchestra”...Show More Summary
The assumption behind “Steve Jobs” is that the launch of a new computer has the combined effect of a Mahler symphony, a simultaneous orgasm, and a personal visit from the angel Gabriel. This could well be true. Indeed, so true is itShow More Summary
"Steve Jobs" -- aka "the good Steve Jobs biopic" -- was released today to stellar reviews. And its star, Michael Fassbender, is already considered the frontrunner in the race for the Best Actor Oscar this year. Yet Fassbender wasn't actually the first choice for the lead role. Show More Summary
Steve Jobs biographer Rick Tetzeli argues the film doesn't capture the Apple cofounder's ability to learn and change. As I left a recent screening of Aaron Sorkin and Danny Boyle's Steve Jobs, I overheard two women ahead of me on the escalator descending to the street talking about the movie. Show More Summary
I went to see the movie this afternoon. It seems pretty spoiler-proof. Jobs was co-founder of Apple. He left Apple. The world thinks Sculley fired him, but it was more complicated. He came back and won. Even Bill Gates figured that out. Show More Summary
You won't be able to avoid doing these things after seeing "Steve Jobs."
There have been a lot of movies made recently about the Apple founder. This is the one you should see. The post Steve Jobs Is the Apple Film You’ve Been Waiting For appeared first on WIRED.
The new Steve Jobs movie gets just about everything wrong, says the PR veteran who worked with the Apple CEO during the first Macintosh’s launch. From the situations to the dialogue, almost nothing’s accurate. “How many things are not...Show More Summary
Editor's note: Andy Cunningham, the Silicon Valley marketing and public relations maven who helped launch the Macintosh, followed Steve Jobs to NeXT and beyond and is played in Steve Jobs by Sarah Snook, reviews the film for Mashable. The new Steve Jobs film masterfully captures the complex character that was Steve Jobs. Show More Summary
Rick Tetzeli: Biopics should never have to adhere to a stringent re-enactment of the facts. But this is a movie about a man who’s been dead just four years, whose legacy is still being defined. Most moviegoers will look at the movieShow More Summary
Not everything in Aaron Sorkin and Danny Boyle's biopic about Apple cofounder Steve Jobs is true to life. Steve Jobs, the new movie from screenwriter Aaron Sorkin and director Danny Boyle, opens widely today. Its energetic, crackling direction showcases the kind of whiplash dialogue that Sorkin is famous for. Show More Summary
From setting strict agendas to doodling
On the same day his new film Steve Jobs arrives in theaters, actor Seth Rogen tweeted this succinct message to his 3.27 million followers.
Modern computing as we know it would not have existed without Dennis Ritchie, father of the C programming language and co-creator of the UNIX operating system.
By Piya Sinha-Roy LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - "It's like, five minutes before a launch, everyone goes to a bar and gets drunk and tells me what they really think," Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, played by Michael Fassbender, says with exasperation in a new biographical film. Show More Summary
After much fanfare and Sony hacking, 'Steve Jobs' finally arrives in theaters today. It's the (second) biopic you've always wanted about the guy who made it possible for us to go around dropping our iPhones in toilets. Acclaimed actor...Show More Summary
A new Hollywood biopic directed by Danny Boyle provides a glossy, fictionalized yet revealing glimpse of the human being behind Apple’s iconic products. A recent documentary has a harder critical edge. Four years after his death, Jobs’ flawed genius defies categorization.