Back with a Bang: Steve Jobs on a Roll

In the latest flick ‘Jobs’, Ashton Kutcher will be playing Steve Jobs, portraying his journey of life from a college goer to becoming the Apple founder.

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“Being the richest man in the cemetery doesn’t matter to me. Going to bed at night saying we’ve done something wonderful, that’s what matters to me.” -Steve Jobs

The visionary entrepreneur who has changed the way world looks at things, is a man who’ll always stay alive. Steve Jobs once said, ‘All the work that I’ve done in my life, will be obsolete by the time I’m 50,’ and this is what kept him looking. Looking for what’s new, for how life can be made easier, for seeing what others never saw. His life was like cinema; involving love, hatred, success, failure, and action. And so Five Star Feature Films is coming up with a biographical drama film, based on the life of Steve Jobs, from 1971 to 2011.

‘Jobs’ is a tribute to the life of the inventor of iPhone, iPad, iPod, and others, that have made our lives smart, stylish, and sexy! Directed by Joshua Michael Stern, the film features Ashton Kutcher who is playing the lead role, and Ahna O’Reilly as Chris-Ann Brennan, Steve Jobs’ high school’s girlfriend. Josh Gad has taken the roll of Steve Wozniak, Apple Computer’s co-founder. Jobs is written by Matt Whitely and produced by Mark Hulme and Marcos A. Rodriguez.

While Ashton does justice to Steve Jobs’ looks, it is yet to be seen whether he would leave an impact of the same degree or not, after the movie hits the theatres on 16th August, 2013. The first look of the film ‘Jobs’ is up on the internet. And as the trailer goes, the picture seems to have touched all the essential emotions of Steve Jobs’ life. Starting from a small box that takes the shape of a computer, to the foundation of the world’s biggest computer making organizations, Apple Inc., a series of events captures the highs and lows of Steve’s journey to fame. Not to overlook the controversial love life of the youth icon, Jobs will allow the audience a personal ‘connection with his dots’.

Take a look at the first official trailer of the long awaited movie :

“I want to put a ding in the universe.” –Steve Jobs

Though not amongst us alive, Steve Jobs is and will always be around us.

Don’t miss “Jobs”- the film, releasing on August 16, this summer. 

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