‘Lee Daniels’ The Butler’ Wins Weekend Box Office with $25M
Oprah Winfrey, director Lee Daniels and company ruled the box office by a mile this weekend. Lee Daniels’ The Butler grossed $25 million to win top spot, beating out fellow newcomers Kick-Ass 2 and Jobs, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
‘Jobs': A Movie Review Limerick
This flick seriously felt like a series of speeches, Instead of Steve Jobs‘ life, it teaches, How not to tell a story, Of someone so extraordinary. This biopic really overreaches.
There’s an Instagram Trailer for ‘Jobs’ Because Of Course There Is
Claiming it's the world's first, Open Road Films has released a trailer for the Steve Jobs biopic Jobs on Instagram. Of course they have. Still think it's a joke? Here it is: None of the footage is new; it's just a shorter version of the film's full-length trailer. But we still get plenty of…
Is Ashton Kutcher Seeing Double?
Despite receiving mixed reviews for jOBS, Ashton Kutcher is out an about trying to promote his Steve Jobs biopic. This week, the 34-year-old actor took to his Twitter to share a split image of himself and Jobs, who passed away in 2011. “Thank you Sundance for your support of…
‘jOBS': Ashton Kutcher Is Too Boyish to Fill the Apple CEO Position (MOVIE REVIEW)
Since his death in 2011, Steve Jobs, co-founder and CEO of Apple Computers Inc., has been canonized as an entrepreneurial icon. Apple products are ubiquitous, and the company -- until last week’s reported drop in earnings, anyway -- was rated as the world’s most valuable. It therefore seemed inevitable that, following the publication of hi…
Why Ashton Kutcher Was Hospitalized During Preparations For Steve Jobs Role
Sometimes, too much research is a bad thing. Just ask Ashton Kutcher, who portrays the late Steve Jobs in the upcoming flick jOBS. To get into the skin of the computer wiz, Kutcher practically became the Apple co-founder, adapting an all-fruit diet, as did the founder of Apple, which had a dangerous effect on hi…
Ashton Takes a Bite Out of Apple (VIDEO)
Ah, the early days of OS talk. This week, fans of the late Steve Jobs and his empire were treated to a brand new clip from the highly anticipated biopic, jOBS, starring Ashton Kutcher as the Apple co-founder. Viewers are taken to Jobs and Steve Wozniak’s (played by Josh Gad) Hewlett Packard days.