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 Aaron Sorkin’s Steve Jobs movie will be filmed as three 30-minute scenes
Screenwriter Aaron Sorkin has revealed that his Steve Jobs biopic will employ a rather unusual narrative structure, with the film being made up of just three scenes…

Aaron Sorkin’s Steve Jobs movie will be filmed as three 30-minute scenes

Screenwriter Aaron Sorkin has revealed that his Steve Jobs biopic will employ a rather unusual narrative structure, with the film being made up of just three scenes…

Ashton Kutcher will play Steve Jobs
As all manner of “hilarious” April fools did the rounds yesterday, one caught our eye in particular. Ashton Kutcher to play Steve Jobs? Ahahahaha, good one! Oh, apparently it’s not a joke. Right…

Ashton Kutcher will play Steve Jobs

As all manner of “hilarious” April fools did the rounds yesterday, one caught our eye in particular. Ashton Kutcher to play Steve Jobs? Ahahahaha, good one! Oh, apparently it’s not a joke. Right…

10 Actors For The Steve Jobs Biopic
If they’re going to do it, they’d better do it right…1. Steve Jobs (Younger)The Actor: Christian BaleWhy? Presuming the film covers the majority of Jobs’ eventful life, they’ll need to cast more than one actor in the role to save offending his memory with any iffy age makeup.Not only does Bale have a decent look for the young Jobs, but he’s a rare actor capable of both Zen philosophising (Jobs was a Buddhist) and bouts of angrily passionate perfectionism (for method bile, the director should get a crew-member to prance into his eyeline during a key boardroom scene).Stand-In: Edward Norton[FOR 9 MORE CASTING SUGGESTIONS FOR THE STEVE JOBS MOVIE, CLICK ON JOBS AND BALE OR FOLLOW THIS LINK]

10 Actors For The Steve Jobs Biopic

If they’re going to do it, they’d better do it right…

1. Steve Jobs (Younger)

The Actor: Christian Bale

Why? Presuming the film covers the majority of Jobs’ eventful life, they’ll need to cast more than one actor in the role to save offending his memory with any iffy age makeup.

Not only does Bale have a decent look for the young Jobs, but he’s a rare actor capable of both Zen philosophising (Jobs was a Buddhist) and bouts of angrily passionate perfectionism (for method bile, the director should get a crew-member to prance into his eyeline during a key boardroom scene).

Stand-In: Edward Norton

[FOR 9 MORE CASTING SUGGESTIONS FOR THE STEVE JOBS MOVIE, CLICK ON JOBS AND BALE OR FOLLOW THIS LINK]

Sony buys the film rights to Steve Jobs authorised biography
Sony Pictures is in the midst of making a deal to secure the movie rights to upcoming authorised biography, Steve Jobs.Deadline has the report, which claims the deal is ‘$1m against $3m’, with Mark Gordon in line to produce.The book, by Walter Isaacson, was initially scheduled to be released on 21 November, but that has now been bumped forward to 24 October.[FOR THE FULL STORY, CLICK ON THE IMAGE OR FOLLOW THIS LINK]

Sony buys the film rights to Steve Jobs authorised biography

Sony Pictures is in the midst of making a deal to secure the movie rights to upcoming authorised biography, Steve Jobs.

Deadline has the report, which claims the deal is ‘$1m against $3m’, with Mark Gordon in line to produce.

The book, by Walter Isaacson, was initially scheduled to be released on 21 November, but that has now been bumped forward to 24 October.

[FOR THE FULL STORY, CLICK ON THE IMAGE OR FOLLOW THIS LINK]

The Best Pixar Voiceover Performances
As a celebration of Steve Jobs’ contribution to Pixar, here’s a classic feature…30. John Morris as Andy (Toy Story 1-3)Why It’s So Special:  So many of the strange worlds and stories that Pixar ask us to fall in love with work because there’s often a child surrogate on the screen, voicing our own innocence and enchantment.As Andy, Morris brought such enthusiasm for his toys that we were instantly sold on why Woody and Co were proud to be his – and why the now 25-year-old actor’s return in Toy Story 3 was such a wrenching experience.Morris speaks:  “I remember when the first film came out, I would play, and then I would leave my toys, and I would close the door, and then I’d crack the door open just to peek really quickly to see if they were moving.”[FOR THE OTHER 29 BEST PIXAR VOICE PERFORMANCES, CLICK ON ANDY OR FOLLOW THIS LINK]

The Best Pixar Voiceover Performances

As a celebration of Steve Jobs’ contribution to Pixar, here’s a classic feature…

30. John Morris as Andy (Toy Story 1-3)

Why It’s So Special:  So many of the strange worlds and stories that Pixar ask us to fall in love with work because there’s often a child surrogate on the screen, voicing our own innocence and enchantment.

As Andy, Morris brought such enthusiasm for his toys that we were instantly sold on why Woody and Co were proud to be his – and why the now 25-year-old actor’s return in Toy Story 3 was such a wrenching experience.

Morris speaks:  “I remember when the first film came out, I would play, and then I would leave my toys, and I would close the door, and then I’d crack the door open just to peek really quickly to see if they were moving.”

[FOR THE OTHER 29 BEST PIXAR VOICE PERFORMANCES, CLICK ON ANDY OR FOLLOW THIS LINK]

jmak:

Thanks, Steve.
Posting designs like this one makes me paranoid, because I can’t shake the feeling that it’s not original. I enjoyed the process regardless, but please let me know if somebody else beat me to the idea!
Thoughts?

jmak:

Thanks, Steve.

Posting designs like this one makes me paranoid, because I can’t shake the feeling that it’s not original. I enjoyed the process regardless, but please let me know if somebody else beat me to the idea!

Thoughts?