The Danny Boyle biographical “Steve Jobs” is approaching close to release dates. The movie is portrayal based on the combination of Aaron Sorkin’s’ screenplay and Walter Isaacson’s biography “Steve Jobs.” Read on to find out what the major role players Michael Fassbender and Kate Winslet think about the controversial Apple co-founder flick “Steve Jobs.”
According to Entertainment Weekly, Kate Winslet starred as Joanna Hoffman, who is a member of original Mac and NeXT team. Hoffman mentioned in a recent interview that, the scenes of the movie were abnormally long since the script was 182 pages itself. She further added that “Steve Jobs” is almost like “Hamlet” two times for Michael Fassbender.
Fassbender the epic war “300” star is playing the lead role of Apple co-founder flick. It is speculated that the German-Irish actor was initially not sure about the role. According to a close aide, Fassbender thought he did not even look like Steve Jobs, to which director Boyle replied that he was not interested in the looks at first.
The Danny Boyle directorial “Steve Jobs” majorly portray three iconic product launches and focus on the persona of the creative genius himself. The movie casts Seth Rogen, Jeff Daniels, Katherine Waterston and Michael Stuhlbarg also.
The movie also features the struggles faced by Jobs in his life and work like the paternity suit over his daughter, relationships and departure from Apple. The audience will also see a younger Steve Job who looked like a hippie in those times.
“Steve Jobs” is already premiered at the Telluride Film Festival on Sept. 5, 2015. But will open for a nationwide release on Oct. 23, 2015.
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