Some Thoughts On jOBS iBOMBING

We at TGD have been following the news on jOBS for a while, practically since it was announced, and reaction to the movie has been middling to mixed at best. The most recent batch of reviews haven’t been especially stellar, and the box office has been dreadful.

Jobs deflates at the box office

Why would you make a film about such an iconic person and treat it like a Lifetime movie of the week and put Ashton Kutcher at the head of the cast? This should have been an earth shattering biography.    Instead, as Deadline tells us so succinctly and beautifully:    

On the Eve of jOBS

The Steve Jobs biopic jOBS is just about in theaters, and while it’s gotten mediocre to decent reviews, the public will ultimately decide whether this retelling of Jobs’s life makes the grade or not. In all likelihood, this won’t be the last biopic of Jobs because Sony secured the rights to his life story right after he passed away, with Aaron Sorkin (A Few Good Men) writing the screenplay. (No one has been selected to direct or star in the film as of yet.) 

Does Steve Wozniak Get the Shaft in the Steve Jobs Biopic?

When Steve Jobs passed away, Sony got the rights to his life, and Aaron Sorkin (The West Wing, A Few Good Men) has written the screenplay. This version has yet to be made, but a smaller, less expensive version of Jobs’s life, jOBS, has already been made with Ashton Kutcher in the lead, and is due for release on August 16. 

Steve Jobs biopic is on hold

When Steve Jobs passed away in 2011, the rights to his life story were swept up quickly to become a major motion picture at Sony.

Wozniak less-than-thrilled with jOBS film

The Steve Jobs biopic, jOBS, just premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, and it’s gotten fair to middling reviews.

First reviews for Steve Jobs biopic are in

When Steve Jobs passed away, a biopic at Sony was quickly announced, while another biopic was rushed into production starring Ashton Kutcher.

Video: Ashton Kutcher is Steve Jobs

The very first footage from "jOBS" is here! The long-awaited independent film stars Ashton Kutcher as Steve Jobs and Josh Gad as Steve "the Woz" Wozniak.

Steve Jobs biopic nears distribution deal

There are currently two Steve Jobs biopics in the works. The first one, entitled jOBS, stars Ashton Kutcher as the Apple visionary and has already finished shooting.

Can the Steve Jobs biopic deliver?

Multiple movies with similar subjects that go head to head with each other are a common phenomenon in Hollywood.

Matthew Modine to play Sculley in indie Jobs flick

There's been a lot of talk lately about the independent film titled "Jobs" which depicts the frenetic early years of the Apple co-founder.

Indie Jobs flick goes back to Steve's garage

The Steve Jobs biopic with Ashton Kutcher playing the legendary Apple co-founder will soon kick off production - in the fabled Los Altos garage where the two Steves started it all. 

Aaron Sorkin writes The Life of Steve Jobs

As you've probably seen by now, there's reports everywhere right now about the independent biopic of Steve Jobs, entitled JOBS, complete with pictures of Ashton Kutcher made up like the late Apple visionary. 

Ashton Kutcher spotted in Steve Jobs drab for biopic

It seems the reports about Ashton Kutcher portraying Steve Jobs in the biographical film of the Apple co-founders life are true.

Indie Steve Jobs flick gets detailed

Earlier this month, we reported that Ashton Kutcher had landed the lead role in an independent film about the life and times of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs.

No, Cameron won’t direct Prometheus sequel

Okay, okay, so we know the casting of Ashton Kutcher as Steve Jobs is indeed true, as much as it sounds like a joke, but quite a few movie geek April Fools jokes did go around this past week.

On Steve Jobs and Ashton Kutcher

As you may recall, when Steve Jobs passed away last year the rights to his life story were quickly snapped up by Sony, with the hopes that Aaron Sorkin would write the screenplay.

Ashton Kutcher lands lead role in indie Steve Jobs flick

The bigography of Steve Jobs, written by Walter Issacson, has sold like hotcakes, prompting Sony to pick up the rights for a feature film.