(PG-13 Language) If Aaron Sorkin has his go to phrases, the writers of The Wire had a simpler quirk: rhetorical tautologies, or redundant statements such as “the game is the game”, “what happens happens” and “once you in it, you in ...
Late on Sunday, the hotly anticipated trailer from the Aaron Sorkin penned Steve Jobs biopic premiered online. While the trailer itself is somewhat subdued, it provides our first glimpse at Michael Fassbender and Seth Rogan who assume the roles of Apple co-founders Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak, respectively. Show More Summary
Oscar pundits, start your engines! The upcoming biographical drama “Steve Jobs,” based on the famed founder of Apple Inc., is helmed by award-winning director Danny Boyle and writer Aaron Sorkin. Going behind the scenes of three iconic...Show More Summary
The first trailer for Danny Boyle and Aaron Sorkin's steve jobs/ has been released, giving us a first glimpse of Michael Fassbender as the eccentric Apple co-founder who passed in October 2011. The Guardian reports: The German-Irish actor is seen...
“You cannot write code, you are not an engineer. What do you do?” implores one voice as the camera focuses on the back of a man’s head, silhouetted against a theater of empty seats. Another voice, that of Michael Fassbender portraying the late Apple CEO Steve Jobs, replies: “The musicians play the instruments. Show More Summary
Universal Pictures has released the first trailer for Aaron Sorkin’s new Steve Jobs film, and while it doesn’t offer a whole lot, we do get a quick glimpse of Michael Fassbender as the iconic Apple founder. The movie was directed byShow More Summary
The first teaser trailer for Steve Jobs, the new biopic about the Apple CEO, is light on detail, but heavy on style: Jobs (played in this incarnation by Michael Fassbender, in a major upgrade from the previous biopic’s Ashton Kutcher) stands on an empty stage, staring out as disembodied voices argue about Jobs’ rise and legacy. Show More Summary
Aaron Sorkin is a man who writes about the ambitions of men, and if you can make your peace with that, there are depths of Sorkin men to plumb until you find the […]
Michael Fassbender plays the Apple co-founder in this film based on Walter Isaacson’s bestselling book. It takes place backstage at three Apple product launches hosted by Jobs. Directed by Danny Boyle and written by Aaron Sorkin.
What better place to premiere the first trailer for Aaron Sorkin's somewhat beleaguered Steve Jobs biopic than during the season finale of Mad Men? Despite the likely disappointing ratings, the marriage of Jon Hamm's Don Draper and Michael Fassbender's Steve Jobs just made sense.
Opening October 9... Read the full article on AICN Here’s a first teaser for STEVE JOBS, the October 9 release from director Danny Boyle and scripter Aaron Sorkin. The picture stars the great Michael Fassbender as Jobs, Seth Rogen as...Show More Summary
A teaser trailer has been unleashed for the Steve Jobs movie. The video embedded above offers glimpses of actor Michael Fassbender playing the titular role. Academy Award-winning screenwriter Aaron Sorkin was tasked with adapting Walter Isaacson’s biography for the script. Show More Summary
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Via Business Insider: Aaron Sorkin's movie "Steve Jobs" has gone through its share of iterations, with many members of the cast and the original director leaving the project, but it now appears as if the film is off the ground. Universal...Show More Summary
Aaron Sorkin's movie 'Steve Jobs' has gone through its share of iterations, with many members of the cast and the original director leaving the project, but it now appears that the film is off the ground. Universal Studios just released the first trailer for the film, which shows star Michael Fassbender as the iconic Apple founder. Show More Summary
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Universal Studios has released the first trailer for Steve Jobs, the biopic produced by Aaron Sorkin starring Michael Fassbender in the lead — and it looks like it’s going to be intense. Directed by Danny Boyle of Slumdog Millionaire...Show More Summary
"I sat in a garage and invented the future," Michael Fassbender says in a voiceover in the first "Steve Jobs" teaser. Fassbender portrays the Apple CEO and innovator in the biopic written by Aaron Sorkin and directed by Danny Boyle.Show More Summary
Ready for another movie about Apple's founder? Well, this one appears to have a bit more gravitas behind it: Based on the biography by Walter Isaacson, the screenplay's been written by Aaron Sorkin, and directed by Danny Boyle. The film has already had a difficult time nailing down the actor to play Jobs himself. Show More Summary
If you thought Ashton Kutcher could pull off the Steve Jobs turtleneck look, Universal has three words for you: Check this out. This first official look at Aaron Sorkin and Danny Boyle's Steve Jobs movie also has the requisite cryptic sound bites, flashing lights, and pensive glances. But mostly the... More »