Way back when Apple went on a rampage against Gizmodo after the publication got its hands on a prototype of the iPhone 4, Jon Stewart and The Daily Show ripped into the company for its seemingly heavy-handed tactics in going after the publication. Show More Summary
Former Apple CEO and cofounder Steve Jobs wasn't too pleased when Jon Stewart poked fun at Apple back in 2010. After tech blog Gizmodo found a prototype of the iPhone 4 sitting in a bar four years ago, Stewart teased Apple in a skitShow More Summary
Finally proving, once and for all, that a sitcom set in a bar cannot ever work, TBS has canceled Sullivan & Son. The series starred co-creator Steve Byrne as Steve Sullivan, a guy named Steve who quits his job as a high-priced lawyer to help his elderly father run a bar. Show More Summary
After hitting the reset button multiple times, Sony has dropped out of its planned Steve Jobs biopic and put the project into turnaround, the Los Angeles Times has confirmed.
Dan Lyons, the tech blogger who skewered Apple for years on the popular blog ‘Fake Steve Jobs‘, is making a return to tech blogging as editor-in-chief of Gawker’s anti-Silicon Valley site, Valleywag. Current Valleywag EIC Nitasha Tiku is leaving the … Read more ›
The Steve Jobs film we’ve been anticipating for a very long old time indeed looks like it won’t happen as soon as expected — if at all. Variety reports that Sony Pictures has pulled its backing from the project. More »
"Let me say this in a way you'll understand. No Christian Bale?! NO MOVIE!!" At least that's how we imagine it went down over at Sony. After Christian bailed on the project, it looks like the Steve Jobs biopic is no more. [ Related: Forget #Bendgate! Find Out Why #Hairgate May Be An Even More Painful Problem For [...]
Sony dropped the high profile film based on Walter Isaacson's biography of the late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, according to a report.
The Aaron Sorkin-penned Steve Jobs biopic looked like a home run from the jump, but the project has been troubled nearly since its inception. The latest news has the Steve Jobs movie being dropped by Sony Pictures, and there’s some uncertainty over whether the project can continue at all without a studio. Show More Summary
On the surface, the news is strange: an Aaron Sorkin-penned script — an ambitious one, to boot! — about one of the modern world’s great visionaries just can’t get made. But upon closer examination, it seems clear that Sony’s Steve Jobs biopic was never going to pan out. Show More Summary
The announcement comes just weeks after Christian Bale dropped out as lead
With the nagging rapidity of iOS update reminders, news of Sony’s Steve Jobs biopic problems has been frequent. At various points, Leonardo DiCaprio, Christian Bale, and Michael Fassbender were each rumored to be starring as Apple’s co-founder/Chief Turtleneck Officer. Show More Summary
Aaron Sorkin's Jobs has already seen David Fincher, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Christian Bale drop out for various reasons, and now Sony has decided to follow in their footsteps. The studio has decided to put the project in turnaround, which means that this is officially the part in the rom-com where Sorkin sits... More »
Aaron Sorkin's Steve Jobs biopic, our best hope for a realistic depiction of every pithy walk-and-talk conversation the late Apple founder ever had, has been dropped by Sony. Is it dead or, like Jobs himself, just living under an assumed name in Brazil ? Read more...
The biopic's fate is unclear. Ten years ago we had Steve Jobs, Bob Hope, and Johnny Cash… and now, we might not even have a second Steve Jobs movie. Read Full Story
The Aaron Sorkin penned, Danny Boyle helmed Steve Jobs biopic is in trouble again. Just weeks after confirming then losing Christian Bale as its lead, the film has now been dropped by Sony, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The massively-hyped movie, based on Walter Isaacson’s biography of Jobs, is now being pitched to other studios. Show More Summary
Just as Steve Jobs had to go through some frustrating years of failure before returning to Apple to turn in around, so too is the Aaron Sorkin Jobs biopic experiencing its fair share of setbacks. Following the recent news that … Read more ›
The Steve Jobs film we've been anticipating for a very long old time indeed looks like it won't happen as soon as expected—if at all. Read more...