When it was revealed that social media dabbler and Punk'd creator Ashton Kutcher, 34, would play billionaire technology guru and Apple visionary Steve Jobs in the upcoming jOBS, which is set to close the 2013 Sundance Film Festival, some purists were skeptical about the match.
Oscar-winning screenwriter Aaron Sorkin (The Social Network) will pen the script for a film telling the life story of late Apple visionary Steve Jobs, Sony Pictures announced Tuesday. The film will be based on the biography written by Walter Isaacson, published shortly after Jobs' death, from cancer, in October 2011.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has released its file on late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, shedding some light on what is already widely known about the inventor and businessman (that he was not well-liked by his co-workers) but not much in the way of news.
Late Apple founder Steve Jobs, who was adopted, once met his biological father, Abdulfattah Jandali, purely by chance, the New York Times reports. On 60 Minutes Sunday night, Jobs' biographer Walter Isaacson shared an audio recording of Jobs describing the encounter, which took place at a restaurant managed by Jandali.