'Steve Jobs' Available on Blu-ray and DVD Tomorrow (Win a Copy)

Universal Pictures' Steve Jobs moving starring Michael Fassbender as Jobs and Seth Rogen as Wozniak will be in retail stores starting tomorrow, February 16, with Blu-ray and DVD copies available for purchase. Special features include a behind the scenes look at the filming of the movie along with commentary from Aaron Sorkin and Danny Boyle, and other members of the Steve Jobs cast and crew.
- Inside Jobs: The Making of Steve Jobs
- Feature Commentary with Director Danny Boyle
- Feature Commentary with Writer Aaron Sorkin and Editor Elliot Graham
The DVD and Blu-ray release comes two weeks ahead of the 88th Annual Academy Awards ceremony, which will take place on Sunday, February 28. Michael Fassbender, who played Jobs, and Kate Winslet, who played Joanna Hoffman, have both been nominated to win an Oscar. Winslet won Best Supporting Actress at the Golden Globes in January and took home the award for Best Supporting Actress from The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) award ceremony yesterday.

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A Digital HD version of Steve Jobs was released earlier this month on several online storefronts, including iTunes. It was given little fanfare by Apple and was not featured under the list of new releases, an unsurprising move given the negative reaction the movie received from Apple executives. Apple CEO Tim Cook called the movie and other similar Jobs-related titles "opportunistic."

Despite positive reviews, Steve Jobs saw a disappointing box office performance following its October debut, bringing in just $7.3 million during the opening weekend of its wide theatrical release. It was pulled from more than 2,072 theaters just a few weeks after its launch, but it has seen a strong showing during the awards season.

To celebrate the release of Steve Jobs on DVD and Blu-ray, we're giving away one Blu-ray combo pack to a MacRumors reader, which includes the Blu-ray, DVD, and a Digital HD code. To enter to win, use the Rafflecopter widget below and enter an email address. Email addresses will be used solely for contact purposes to reach the winner and send the prizes.

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7 months ago

Universal Pictures' Steve Jobs moving starring Michael Fassbender and Steve Wozniak...


Don't you mean Seth Rogan?
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7 months ago
My 2nd or 3rd favorite film of the year. Just a brilliant screenplay and hugely effective performances.
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I thought Macs didn't come with DVD drives anymore?

A Blu-Ray disc wouldn't work in a DVD drive anyway.
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7 months ago
Seriously? Have you seen this movie?

Worst. Movie. Ever!

I'd rather get a broken AC adapter, a chewed up 30pin cable, or an old ugly iPhone 3 shell, than this movie. Anything, really, would be better...

So, what does one have to do to NOT win this?

Cheers!
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7 months ago
I loved the film as a movie, but I also understand why enthusiasts didn't like it.

I don't get the "worst movie ever" nonsense. The movie is well executed, has strong dialogue, and an amazing cast.
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7 months ago


So, what does one have to do to NOT win this?

Cheers!


by ignoring this article and moving on.
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7 months ago
I see a lot of people hating that movie for it's context (meaning, they actually hate Apple and Apple fanboyism). Personally, I think that was actually a pretty good movie. Amazing acting, amazingly well written and really touching as well. Too many people talk about Apple and Steve Jobs and the iPhone when they are talking about this movie. Of course it's not a 1:1 depiction of reality, it's a movie, but to me it's an interesting story, involves interesting characters and that's enough. I didn't know Steve personally or any of the characters ftm, so for all I care this could be complete fiction, and I'd still enjoy it. As long as the story is well worked out, I'm fine with inaccuracies in a movie.
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7 months ago

Digital HD but not iTunes? Annoying.

It was released on iTunes, it even says so in the article, it just wasn't given much publicity on iTunes.
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7 months ago
If you've not seen this, wait for it in the bargain bin or on netflix/other means ;) nothing special at all.
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7 months ago
Digital HD but not iTunes? Annoying.
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