"Jobs," the Steve Jobs biography directed by Joshua Michael Stern and starring both Ashton Kutcher as Jobs and Josh Gad as Wozniak, can now be purchased or rented in iTunes. The film, which scored a 26% on Rotten Tomatoes, can be purchased for $19.99 in high definition or $14.99 in standard definition. Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: Paradigm has signed Joshua Michael Stern. He directed JOBS, the film that starred Ashton Kutcher as Apple wunderkind Steve Jobs. Stern writes and directs his project, and also he often generates the financing. JOBS, his third film, closed the 2013 Sundance Film Festival and was released in August by Open Road Films. Show More Summary
According to box office reporting service Box Office Mojo (via AppleInsider), Joshua Michael Stern’s Steve Jobs biography "Jobs" made an estimated $6.7 million this weekend, less than the
In the opening minutes of Joshua Michael Stern’s Jobs, the titular entrepreneur, played by Ashton Kutcher, addresses an almost disturbingly receptive audience from a sleek white stage at Apple headquarters. It’s 2001, and he’s telling them about a revolutionary new product the company is ready to launch. Show More Summary
Now playing in theaters everywhere in a full-on nationwide release is Joshua Michael Stern's Jobs, the first film about the late Steve Jobs starring Ashton Kutcher as the innovator. We first saw and reviewed the film at Sundance, saying...Show More Summary
The newly-released movie “Jobs” details the life of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs from his days as a college dropout, through his founding years at Apple and up to the moment where he returned to the company a decade after being ousted. Read full article >>
It’s a tricky thing to make a biopic when some of the real-life key players are still alive. While Steve Jobs passed away before Joshua Michael Stern‘s Jobs got going, plenty of other people from his life are still around, and at least one of them is more than happy to speak out about the [...]
Since the untimely passing of Steve Jobs in 2011, the mystique surrounding the Apple founder has only grown, leading to several screen projects quickly hitting the development pipeline, all aimed at shedding new light on the man behind the Mac.
Joshua Michael Stern‘s Jobs is the first of two projects to focus on tech mogul Steve Jobs. The film, which tells the tale Jobs’ life and early career, made its debut at Sundance earlier this year and garnered mixed responses as well as a negative reaction from Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, who deemed the film’s [...]
Joshua Michael Stern's Steve Jobs biography JOBS launched in theaters today, and despite a vigorous marketing campaign that saw actor Ashton Kutcher attending a number of promotional events and interviews, the movie appears to be garnering...Show More Summary
Since the untimely passing of Steve Jobs in 2011, the mystique surrounding the Apple founder has only grown, leading to several screen projects quickly hitting...
The new Steve Jobs biopic, “Jobs,” is out, and that means that we can finally answer a burning question: How is Ashton Kutcher’s Steve Jobs ? Kutcher was, in the words of director Joshua Michael Stern, a “controversial” choice for the...Show More Summary
It’s not easy making a posthumous movie about the world’s most well-known and beloved control freak. Just ask Joshua Michael Stern, director of new Steve Jobs biopic Jobs. The film delves into the early days of Apple Computer as Stern...Show More Summary
Read our 'Jobs' movie review to find out if director Joshua Michael Stern and star Ashton Kutcher deliver an entertaining and insightful Steve Jobs biopic.
It looks as though most critics are ready to throw apples at the new Jobs flick, starring Ashton Kutcher and directed by Joshua Michael Stern. They say it focuses too much on Steve Jobs' professional life and not enough on his personal life, and ends up being something less entertaining...
When it came to telling the story of Steve Jobs’ life, “Jobs” director Joshua Michael Stern knew he had to choose between two eras: before the 1998 introduction of the iMac, or after the iMac.Stern could pick the time in the Apple co-founder’s...Show More Summary
Watching Jobs, director Joshua Michael Sterns’ new biopic of Apple founder Steve Jobs, I teared up a couple of times. And it seems the brilliant and mercurial entrepreneur (played by Ashton Kutcher) was occasionally given to turning on the waterworks himself. Show More Summary
There's nothing that terrible about Joshua Michael Stern's JOBS, a skimpy, often overly specific film biography about the late Apple inventor, Steve Jobs. Still, it would be interesting to see this film with another actor playing Jo...
In an effort to portray the time period of the film accurately, Jobs director Joshua Michael Stern said he had to have a dust buster vacuum digitally removed from a scene. At a recent New York press conference, Stern talked about how determined he was to stay true to the not-so-distant past in which the... Show More Summary
I t’s been nearly two years since Apple co-founder Steve Jobs died at the age of 56 — an early death that seemed to solidify his place as a cultlike figure for technophiles. “Jobs,” a new film starring Ashton Kutcher, contributes to the mystique of a troubled but brilliant modern-day Edison. Show More Summary