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Colorful New Movie Poster Released for Ashton Kutcher's 'Jobs'

Moviefone has shared a new movie poster for the Ashton Kutcher's Jobs film. The poster features the tagline "Some see what's possible, others change what's possible."

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"Some see what's possible, others change what's possible" are the words sprawled across this exclusive poster for "Jobs," which features a nearly unrecognizable Ashton Kutcher.

Kutcher is utterly transformed into late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs in the colorful new poster (below). Sporting Jobs's signature round-framed glasses and beard, the actor certainly looks the role.
Jobs is set for an August 16th wide release.

Update: Open Road Films has also released several new stills from the film showing Kutcher as Jobs and Josh Gad as Steve Wozniak.

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Thanks, samcraig!

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17 months ago
I honestly feel like this movie is going to flop so hard =\
Rating: 21 Votes
17 months ago
You gotta admit, Kutcher looks a lot like Steve.

Not so sure about his acting skills though.
Rating: 18 Votes
17 months ago


it seems the new coloured iphones stem from the original apple logo too. goes along with the whole theme of company identity they have established recently including the commercials (minus the white)
Rating: 15 Votes
17 months ago
My first impressions of this film weren't high, but the recent trailer genuinely looks excellent. Really looking forward to seeing this, and from the clips I've seen, Kutcher does play an excellent Jobs (well, at the very least, he looks a lot like him!) :D
Rating: 15 Votes
17 months ago
I hope Ashton did a good Jobs.
Rating: 15 Votes
17 months ago
I guess I'll say it before someone says it..."Inspired by iOS 7." lol
Rating: 11 Votes
17 months ago

Kutcher is utterly transformed into late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs in the colorful new poster (below). Sporting Jobs's signature round-framed glasses and beard, the actor certainly looks the role.


Transformed until he opens his mouth :p But I do hope this is a good movie and I'll go see it no matter what the reviews are. How many movies are there about the technology industry?
Rating: 9 Votes
17 months ago
Putting "Ashton Kutcher" there is an epic design failure, the irony.
Rating: 8 Votes
17 months ago

Putting "Ashton Kutcher" there is an epic design failure, the irony.


Who should they have put?

Oh you're joking?....... you're joking, right?
Rating: 6 Votes
17 months ago

My first impressions of this film weren't high, but the recent trailer genuinely looks excellent.


A well edited trailer can make anything appear interesting and a lot better than it actually is. From the looks of it, they did a haphazard job in pre-production and production. Now they are having to spend more on post-production and marketing in order to hide the fact that it's mediocre tripe with the main purpose of cashing in on Steve Jobs' death before the authorized film is released.

I will be surprised if the final product is anything but movie of the week quality.
Rating: 5 Votes

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