David Fincher May Direct the Biopic on Steve Jobs
The rights to the life of Steve Jobs were snapped up by Sony right after he passed away, but it certainly didn’t stop another Jobs biopic, which starred Ashton Kutcher, from being rushed into production. While that version didn’t do well, Aaron Sorkin wrote a script for the Sony version, and now David Fincher may be directing. read more
'Girls' star eyes 'Star Wars,' and more news to note
Today's talk you might've missed: Adam Driver is way too lovable to portray a villain, but J.J. Abrams apparently doesn't agree. The filmmaker has negotiating with the "Girls" actor to cast him as the bad guy in his upcoming "Star Wars: Episode VII." [THR] On Kim Kardashian's wish list: two more babies by Yeezus and […]
Ashton Kutcher: I was “terrified” to play Steve Jobs
I met Ashton ... role of Kutcher’s career. People who know Kutcher had told me he was an intelligent and reflective guy and, indeed, in person he bears almost no resemblance to the wisecracking comedian who sells cameras on TV or stars in ...
Ashton Kutcher, on becoming Steve Jobs
"I can't think of a more skeptical audience than Silicon Valley when it comes to a movie about Steve Jobs," said Nirav Tolia ... director Joshua Michael Stern — Kutcher started preparing to play Jobs. "When I read the script, the idea of ...
Ashton Kutcher on why he wanted to play Steve Jobs
Ashton Kutcher is stepping into some pretty big shoes with his latest role in "Jobs." The "Two and a Half Men" star plays Steve Jobs, the Apple co-founder and CEO who had a big hand in revolutionizing the tech industry. The film is set mostly during Apple ...