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Open Road Films Launches New 'JOBS' Featurette, Live YouTube Event Coming Friday

An official website promoting the upcoming Steve Jobs movie starring Ashton Kutcher launched earlier this week, featuring a number of short video clips and reviews. Open Road Films has also released a new featurette today, which offers commentary on the filming of “JOBS” along with new clips from the movie.


As part of a social media blitz, Ashton Kutcher has explained why he took the role, shared his thoughts on Jobs, and outlined the work that he put into becoming Steve Jobs multiple times, sharing information in an answer on Quora, a lengthy interview with The Verge, and at a special screening of the movie in San Francisco.

Open Road Films Q&A for JOBS Release
Both Ashton Kutcher and Josh Gad, who plays Steve Wozniak in the movie, will participate in a live YouTube event on Friday, beginning at 11am PST, to share more information on the upcoming film.

JOBS is set to hit theaters next month, on August 16.

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15 months ago
Really looking forward to seeing this movie. Looks very well made.
Rating: 11 Votes
15 months ago
Nothing will top Pirates of Silicon Valley. :)
Rating: 11 Votes
15 months ago
All I see is Kelso trying to act serious.

Can't get past that. :confused:
Rating: 10 Votes
15 months ago
Ashton Kutcher is the new Apple Lawsuits.
Rating: 9 Votes
15 months ago
Great, another article with Ashton Kutcher's face all over it.
Rating: 5 Votes
15 months ago

A Straight to DVD film if I ever saw one (and no one watches dvd any more :D).

Kutcher? What the hell was anyone thinking. Major douche.


Then he should play the perfect part.
Rating: 5 Votes
15 months ago
I wonder how Steve would receive this movie. Seems awfully melodramatic and Hollywoodized to me. Not to mention that interesting soundtrack...

Looking forward to Aaron Sorkin's film.
Rating: 5 Votes
15 months ago
The real iPod introduction was a little more subdued than that...
Rating: 4 Votes
15 months ago
The clip where kutcher is screaming into the phone about making sure he gets .90¢ of every $1 is terrible. Kutcher screaming reminds me of trying to scream in a dream but not being able to produce sound. Maybe it's because I'm so familiar with Steve's voice after listening to him for 15 years, but everything about this seems awkward. I can see from the trailer and few clips that have made it online that it's so overacted it can't be taken seriously. (ie, trying to mimic his walk...)

Jesus...he never choked up during the voiceover for "the crazy ones". This is ridiculous.
Rating: 4 Votes
15 months ago
While I'm more excited for the one based on Steve's biography, the more I see about this movie the better it looks. You can definitely tell that Ashton put a lot of work into being the best Steve he could.
Rating: 4 Votes

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