Steve Jobs (TBA)

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Highly anticipated by the public, Apple Inc. co-founders Steve Jobs and Steve "Woz" Wozniak get ready to unveil the first Macintosh in 1984. Jobs must also deal with personal issues related to ex-girlfriend Chrisann Brennan and their young daughter Lisa. Eventually fired, Jobs launches NeXT Inc. and prepares to release a new computer model in 1988. Ten years later, Jobs is back at Apple Inc. and about to revolutionize the industry once again with the iMac.
Did you know? In the film, the 1984 shareholder meeting and product launch was replicated at the original location, the Flint Center of De Anza Community College in Cupertino, California. Read More
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as Joanna Hoffman
as Steve Jobs
as Phone Booth Guy 88'
as Avie Tevanian
as Tim Caplan
as Flint Sound Engineer
as Cameraman Joseph
as Audience Member
as Apple Employee
as Product Engineer
as Stage Hand
as Apple Board Member
as Matt McKulsky Apple Security 1998 Launch
as Burrell Smith
as Launch Attendee
as Apple Employee
as Lisa's Friend
as Press Photographer
as Woman on PA ( iMac )
as VIP Product Investor
as Patti Kenyon
as Porsche driver
as Pat Mcardle
as Flint Stage Manager
as Steve's Colleague
as Launch Attendee
as John Sculley
as Stock Holder Member
as Joel Pforzheimer
as Stage Manager #2 - iMac
as Chrisann Brennan
as Investor 1988 Launch
as Apple Employee
as Apple Gen-Xer
as Core Marketing Team
as Steve's Stage Manager
Supporting Actor
as 98 Engineer
as Lisa Jobs (5 Years Old)
as Andy Hertzfeld
as Event Security
as Generation X Engineer 1998Steve C
as Product Engineer
as Cafe Patron
as Marketing Team
as Lisa Jobs (19 Years Old)
as Security Guard Gillis
as Stage Manager
as Field Reporter
as VIP Investor
as Lisa Jobs (Age 9)
as Launch Attendee
as Andrea Cunningham
as Steve Wozniak
as Channel 4 Interviewee VIP
as Marketing Team 1998
as Lynn Levine
as 1998 Launch Attendee
as Event Security
as VIP Shareholder
as Bill Martin
as VIP Launch Attendee
as Steve's Colleague (Cafe)
as VIP Member
as Elizabeth Ramos

Direction

Director
First Assistant Director
Second Assistant Director

Writers

Screenplay Writer
Novelist

Camera and Electrical

Director of Photography
Still Photographer
Digital Imaging Technician
Key Grip
Lighting Technician

Music

Music Director
Music Label

Sound

Sound Designer
Sound Mixer

Art

Production Designer
Art Director
Set Designer
Set Decorator
Associate Art Director
Assistant Props Master
Assistant Art Director
Carpenter

Casting

Casting Director
Casting Associate
Casting Assistant

Costume and Wardrobe

Costume Assistant

Editorial

Editor
First Assistant Editor

Location

Location Manager

Makeup and Hair

Special Effects Makeup Artist

Marketing and Public Relations

Graphic Designer

Post Production

Post Production Supervisor

Visual Effects

Visual Effects Supervisor

Transportation

Transportation Coordinator
Film Type:
Feature Film
Language:
English
Colour Info:
Color
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1
Stereoscopy:
No
Trivia:
David Fincher was originally attached to direct, but was dropped from the film by Sony after his demands - a $10,000,000 salary and full creative control of the project - could not be met by the studio. Fincher wanted Christian Bale to play the lead role. After his departure, Danny Boyle signed on to direct and Leonardo DiCaprio was approached about the title role. Ultimately, however, DiCaprio passed on the project and Christian Bale was offered it instead. However, Bale also declined the role, feeling he was not right for the part after which Michael Fassbender entered to star in the film.

According to reports, auditions did not use anything from Aaron Sorkin''s screenplay. Instead, actors read and act out scenes from The Newsroom (2012), a television series created by Sorkin.

Apple co-founder, Steve Wozniak, was an actual consultant for this project.

The lead female role was also offered to Jessica Chastain.

Leonardo DiCaprio was originally set to play the lead role but dropped out to do The Revenant (2015) instead.

In the film, the 1984 shareholder meeting and product launch was replicated at the original location, the Flint Center of De Anza Community College in Cupertino, California.

Aaron Sorkin has revealed that the film will consist of three, 30-minute scenes spreading across sixteen years of the life of Steve Jobs. All of the scenes will dramatize backstage events before three major Apple product launches (the Macintosh in 1984, NeXT in 1988, and the iMac in 1998). These scenes will take place in real time at "two auditoriums, a restaurant and a garage," with a few flashbacks depicting key moments of Jobs' life inserted throughout the story.

Danny Boyle's first movie since Trainspotting (1996) that is not distributed by Fox/Fox Searchlight.

Sony Pictures Entertainment & Columbia Pictures have decided to put the project in turnaround essentially dropping out of the production & distribution obligations leaving it available for any other studio to pick up. Universal Pictures in the process picked up the project which isn't the first time that Universal has picked up a project put into turnaround by another studio - and the truth is that they are just coming off a very successful version of this maneuver. Dumb and Dumber To (2014) was originally set up at Warner Bros. before being dropped, and Universal swooped in to make sure that the film got made. This paid off big, as the comedy opened to a solid $36 million in its first three days. Picking up discarded projects hasn't always worked for the studio - case in point: Kick-Ass 2 (2013) - but there exists plenty of potential in the Steve Jobs biopic, and Universal seems to see it.

3rd movie based on Steve Jobs's life.

Not to be confused with Jobs (2013).

Ike Barinholtz auditioned for the role of Steve Wozniak. Seth Rogen was chosen for the role instead.

Christian Bale was sought out first for role of Steve Jobs back when David Fincher was originally attached to direct the project.

Natalie Portman was in talks for a role.