Universal Pictures is reported to have picked up the Aaron Sorkin penned Steve Jobs film, after it was dropped by Sony Pictures last week. X-Men: First Class star Michael Fassbender will reportedly star as Jobs.
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Sony Pictures has reportedly dropped out of the Aaron Sorkin-penned Steve Jobs biographical film. Deadline.com and Variety have both reported on the rumor, and claim that the film is now in turnaround following Sony’s move.
Aaron Sorkin has shared a few more details about the upcoming Steve Jobs biopic. During an interview with The Independent, Sorkin said that while there hasn’t been any official word on who will play the lead role, there will be an announcement very soon.
Hot on the heels of yesterday’s news that Christian Bale had “bailed” on the title role of Steve Jobs in Sony’s upcoming biopic, comes news that Michael Fassbender is in talks to take on the role.
It’s always interesting to see what a steady diet of potatoes and vodka will do to a brain. Russian media reports say a big mock-up of an iPhone, erected in St. Petersburg as a monument to late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, has been taken down following Apple CEO Tim Cook’s announcement that he is gay.
Seth Rogen will play Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak in Sony’s upcoming Steve Jobs biopic that will star Christian Bale in the title role. Rogen will have some excellent advice handy on how to play Wozniak, as the Woz himself is a consultant on the film.
We reported last week that actor Christian Bale was in talks to portray Steve Jobs in Soon’s upcoming biopic. Bloomberg reports today that Bale has snagged the coveted role, without even auditioning for the part!
With the announcement that Christian Bale is in talks to star in the lead role in Sony’s biopic of Steve Jobs, Team Coco sprang into action and found “preview footage” of Christian Bale as Steve Jobs. Hilarity ensued.
Variety reports actor Christian Bale is in talks to play the leading role in Sony’s upcoming Steve Jobs biopic. Negotiations with Bale are said to have begun following Leonardo DiCaprio’s withdrawal from negotiations.
Apple CEO Tim Cook took time Friday morning to email all employees in order to reflect on the third anniversary of the death of Apple Co-Founder Steve Jobs.
The late Apple co-founder and CEO Steve Jobs had a vision of open, shared Wi-Fi to allow users to connect to the Internet without the need for “sluggish” cellular service, by getting as many Wi-Fi router manufacturers as possible to include a “guest” option in their routers.
Steve Jobs has been named the #1 top influential leader in the past 25 years in CNBC’s First 25: Rebels, Icons & Leaders list. The list includes the top 25 people who have “had the greatest influence, sparked the biggest changes and created the most disruption in business over the past quarter century.”
Former Apple CEO John Sculley says he regrets his decision to force Steve Jobs out of Apple in 1985, and admits that it was a “mistake,” says a new report from the Times of India.
Samsung was initially reluctant to run ads that directly attacked Apple. However, the death of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs emboldened the company to begin running their “Next Big Thing” attack ads.
It looks as if “The Social Network” director David Fincher will not be directing Sony’s Steve Jobs biopic, as the The Hollywood Reporter reports Sony thought Fincher’s asking price was too high.
The Wrap is reporting that Oscar winning actor Christian Bale is David Fincher’s choice to play Steve Jobs in the as yet untitled biopic Aaron Sorkin has written for Sony. Fincher is in talks to direct the pic, due to begin filming later this year, or early in 2015.