Steve Jobs and Apple fans assemble! Steve Jobs movie hits the way! It is revealed that the Steve Jobs movie, starring Hollywood actor Ashton Kutcher, is going to be filmed the next year in Los Angeles with the title: Jobs: Get Inspired (working title). The Jobs film is expected to be released in the 4th quarter of this year, which is much earlier than his competitor Sony Picture’s upcoming Steven Jobs biopic based on Steve Jobs’s biography written by Walter Isaacson, and the independent movie Jobs: Get Inspired will focus on Jobs’s early up-and-down years from 1971 to 2000 at Apple.
The actor Ashton Kutcher – It is said that Ashton Kutcher will take on the role of Jobs to portray and carry the youthfulness and psychological complexity at Job’s 20’s. Ashton Kutcher is a thirty-four-year-old American actor who once played lead roles in the Hollywood films, such as Dude, Where’s my Car?, Just Married, The Butterfly Effect, The Guardian and so on, and his physical similarities to Jobs makes him seemingly perfect for the hot movie.
The director Joshua Michael Stern – Joshua Michael Stern is known for directing the 2008 comedy-drama film Swing Vote (6 out of 10 on IMDB) and 2005 film Neverwas (6.6), and he is “an experienced writer and director Josh has a masterful understanding of the process of film making”, said Mark Hulme, the film producer of Five Star Institute.
Plot of the Jobs film – The coming-soon Steve Jobs film mainly occurs between 1971 and 2000, which is pretty similar to another 1999 film Pirates of Silicon Valley (7 out of 10 stars at IMDB) written and directed by Martyn Burke tracing a partnership development between Steven Jobs and Bill Gates in the early 1970s to 1997. (Tip: If you want to download Jobs film to iPad, Kindle Fire or other devices, please go to The Movie Downloads!)
Chief source of the Jobs movie – Unlike the Steven Jobs movie of Sony Picture who has spend $1 million against $3 million to acquire the right of biography, the movie’s script of Jobs: Get Inspired is based on widely available information rather than a book. “We also enlisted the support of primary sources who knew him personally”, said the rookie producer Mark Hulme.