Taking stock in the video and television world. On today's episode: Comcast's Watchable vs. Verzion's Go90 service, who's the first round winner? Amazon bans Apple TV and Chromecast from the "Everything Store" and Aaron Sorkin's film: "Steve Jobs" and why it has clues about the future of Apple TV. Show More Summary
REVIEW: It’s not easy to make a good movie about Steve Jobs (Sorry, Ashton Kutcher. You tried.) But, finally, director Danny Boyle and screenwriter Aaron Sorkin have given us Steve Jobs, a movie that distills Steve’s huge, complicated persona into a tightly-wound backstage thriller. It’s understandable if you feel repelled by the idea of another Jobs […]
The film, which screened as the Centerpiece selection of the New York Film Festival last weekend, is a reminder of Sorkin’s true gifts as a dramatist; it also boasts a crackerjack ensemble cast, subtle yet substantial direction by Boyle, and a welcome explosion of exceedingly tedious biopic …Read More
New York Film Festival’s centerpiece this year was the highly anticipated Steve Jobs, directed by Danny Boyle and written by Aaron Sorkin. The mix of the two men’s styles initially struck me as having the potential to clash, but forShow More Summary
Michael Fassbender may be proud of his recent interpretation of Steve Jobs in the upcoming film written by Aaron Sorkin – and starring Hollywood heavyweights Kate Winslet and Seth Rogen… READ ON
"Steve Jobs" may take an unconventional route for a biopic, but it still winds up in the same place. Aaron Sorkin's script is broken into three parts — all of which take place in the moments leading up to one of his notable keynote speeches. Show More Summary
This article originally appeared in Vulture. Steve Jobs, Aaron Sorkin and Danny Boyle’s selective biopic, ran a painfully public gauntlet to production, riddled with false starts, jettisoned stars, and even a supporting role in the Sony-hack saga. Show More Summary
Aaron Sorkin's upcoming "Steve Jobs" movie, which is already attracting Oscar buzz, is anything but a factual account of the Apple co-founder's life. While the press has called Sorkin's screenplay a "biopic" of Steve Jobs countless times,...Show More Summary
Aaron Sorkin's upcoming film about the life of Steve Jobs focuses on three iconic product launches that happened during Jobs' tenure at Apple. It's meant to paint a behind-the-scenes portrait of Jobs during some of the most important moments of his career. Show More Summary
Next to Steve Jobs, Andy Hertzfeld is the name I most associate with the original Macintosh project. For that reason, Hertzfeld is one of the characters portrayed in the new Aaron Sorkin Steve Jobs movie — as well as someone who got to see an early unfinished cut of the film. His take on it? That […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
On this week's AppleInsider podcast, Dan talks about his final review unit of the iPhone 6s, Mikey has three new iPhones, and we talk 3D Touch, El Capitan, whether or not to subscribe to Apple Music, and Aaron Sorkin's tiff with Tim Cook.
Aaron Sorkin, the screenwriter behind the upcoming movie about Steve Jobs, recently opened up about bringing the late Apple co-founder and CEO to the big screen. Sorkin talks about how resistant he was to the idea of a traditonal biopic,...Show More Summary
Aaron Sorkin, screenwriter of Steve Jobs, told Wired that he had no idea how he was going to turn the huge biography into a movie, and when he finally did come up with an idea for it, he didn’t think the studio would agree. I didn’t know that much about Steve Jobs, and the idea of […]
The screenwriter talks on why finding entertainment in the failure of others is wrong and how characters from “The West Wing” would respond to Donald Trump.
By taking place as a series of backstage vignettes at different product launches, the upcoming Steve Jobs movie is sure to be different to any other Jobs movie we’ve seen before. In a new interview, screenwriter Aaron Sorkin laid out his reasons for writing the movie in the way he did. The secret? A whole […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
Says Aaron Sorkin, about Twitter, after Ana Marie Cox prompts him to think about Twitter as a "shared experience" similar the traditional function of television (that "national hearth").
The man behind 'The West Wing' and 'The Social Network' takes on the life and work of Steve Jobs. A Q&A with Aaron Sorkin. The post Aaron Sorkin on Turning Steve Jobs Into a Film Icon appeared first on WIRED.
I love my husband Driftglass, and if there is one thing he knows gets on my nerves, it's his constant playing of West Wing YouTubes. Aaron Sorkin, while politically correct, gets on my nerves because his characters are often too good...Show More Summary
Aaron Sorkin, the man behind The Newsroom and the upcoming Steve Jobs biopic, was reported to be developing a script for a Lucille Ball biopic. The news was revealed earlier this month and Cate Blanchett of Carol and Truth was linked to the title role. Show More Summary
Aaron Sorkin's new movie is out Oct. 9