First Poster for Upcoming 'Steve Jobs' Film Debuts

With just over a month to go until the October 9 release of Danny Boyle's "Steve Jobs" bio-pic, Universal yesterday released the first official poster for the movie. A simplistic one-sheet, the poster showcases a profile of Michael Fassbender's Steve Jobs along with a brief list of the leading cast including Kate Winslet, Jeff Daniels, and Seth Rogen.

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Over the summer, Universal began the movie's advertising campaign after a year front-loaded with image leaks from the set and massive casting calls. The first official trailer was released in early July, and the movie was even chosen as the Centerpiece film to play at the New York Film Festival beginning in late September.

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58 months ago
Steve looks perplexed by the poster design.



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58 months ago

Ugh. Give it a rest already, Jobs was a poser, he didn't even write code.

You literally just disappeared up your own *******.

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58 months ago
Unapologetically Blank.
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58 months ago

he didn't even write code.

Correct, and he never professed to. He admired people who wrote good code. But Jobs' genius was in finding ways to make technology accessible to the masses. Previously, computers were the sole domain of geeks. Jobs wanted to make computers that were easy for everyone to use.
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58 months ago
I'm more interested in this documentary

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58 months ago
I'm actually pleasantly surprised it carries an R rating. At least they can tell the story without having to censor or dial down to sell more tickets.
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58 months ago

Let's hope this is the last damn Steve Jobs movie. Movie producers should really stop leeching on the story of his life already to fill their pockets.


Your comment matches your user name perfectly!
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58 months ago
I like how they are directly referencing the design of the Isaacson book, but I don't like the layout at all. Also there are too many different point sizes.
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58 months ago
Ugh. Give it a rest already, Jobs was a poser, he didn't even write code.
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58 months ago

Let's hope this is the last damn Steve Jobs movie. Movie producers should really stop leeching on the story of his life already to fill their pockets.

Yeah, we shouldn't be able to have and see movies that might of interest. All these people earning a living making movies based on real events like wars, lives of people, natural events, etc. so that we can see them. Just horrible.
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