You accompanied us with the official trailers of the film "Steve Jobs". At the?! So check it out below:
Now Universal Pictures released his official poster, check it out:
At least in my opinion, they nailed it!
Directed by Danny Boyle (same director of ?Who Wants to Be a Millionaire??) And scripted by Aaron Sorokin (from ?The Social Network?), the film features Michael Fassbender (as Steve Jobs), Kate Winslet (as Joanna Hoffman, ex (Macintosh marketing chief), Seth Rogen (as Steve Wozniak, Apple co-founder), Jeff Daniels (as John Sculley, former Apple CEO), Katherine Waterston (as Chrisann Brennan, Jobs' ex-girlfriend), Michael Stuhlbarg (as Andy Hertzfeld, one of the members of the original Macintosh team), Perla Haney-Jardine, Ripley Sobo and Makenzie Moss (who play the various stages of life for Jobs's daughter Lisa Brennan), Sarah Snook (as Andrea Cunningham, who worked with Jobs on the Macintosh release) and Adam Shapiro (as Avie Tevanian, former senior vice president at Apple).
It will focus on three important moments in the life of the former CEO and co-founder of Apple: the backstage of the launch of the Macintosh computer in 1984; NeXT Computer, in 1988; and iMac in 1998.
We've already followed Kate Winslet and Steve Wozniak's opinions about the film, but now Michael Stuhlbarg also talked a little about the production Collider explaining how the filming process was unique (two weeks of rehearsal and two of filming for each act, which made the scenes very well prepared) you can see the video of the interview here.
In an interview with Vulture, Winslet also talked about how it ended up in the film (she knew that Sorkin had written the script and basically ran after the role), talked a little about the real Joanna Hoffman (they met and exchanged stickers) and what it was like to shoot long scenes and how there is a concern about not being responsible for ruining everything. However, the most interesting part was this:
Sorkin makes almost everything (from the film) about Steve Jobs. about how a man dictated 100% of how we all live our lives today and how we function as people. The film is about us all, and all of us today, not in 1984, 1988 or 1998. I mean, look at us now how we function. You see a lot of children today, they take a screen of any kind and don't press a button, they make gestures. terrifying but extraordinary, and that "Steve Jobs". Like a mother of a small, alarming child. I remember the days of rotary phones. I'm 39 now, so it hasn't been that long.
"Steve Jobs" opens in the United States on October 9; in Brazil, at least according to the IMDb, it will debut on January 21, 2016.
(via Cult of Mac: 1, 2; iClarified, TecMundo)