Michael Fassbender Starer “Steve Jobs” Lands In a New Debate
With the release dates of highly speculated file “Steve Jobs” arriving close a new debate has come up. The bibliographical drama directed by Danny Boyle is scheduled to release on Oct. 23, 2015. Read on to find out more about the controversies scoop on “Steve Jobs.” Read on.
It is said that Laurene Powell Jobs, wife of late Steve Jobs, claimed that film the portrays her husband in a bad light. She further added that it largely interpret him as cruel with Apple employs. It was initially developed by Sony Pictures but later passed on to Universal Pictures which produced the $33.5 million movie.
WSJ reported Bill Campbell, who is the former board director of Apple Inc., said that an entire generation will face an impact if they see their sheer creative genius in a negative way. Although, he also stated that he has not yet watched the film and he waits to see what sides of Jobs persona are showcased.
The movie is adapted from bestseller biography “Steve Jobs” written Walter Isaacson and interviews done by Aaron Sorkin. The book has been criticized by a close aid of late Steve Jobs, Tim Cook, who is currently chief executive officer of Apple Inc.
German-Irish “300” star Michael Fassbender is starred in the lead role along with power cast including Kate Winslet, Seth Rogen, Jeff Daniels and Katherine Waterston to name a few. The production house is even believed to rope in Laurene Powell on board but she declined the offer.
Steve Jobs created one of the worlds’ most sought brand Apple. He died in 2011 due to relapse of pancreatic cancer leaving behind his great legacy of genius.
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