"Here's to the crazy ones. The misfits, the rebels…"
The trailer for "Jobs" -- released on Friday -- takes viewers from start to finish. Opening on Steve Jobs dropping out of college, advancing to Apple's origins in a garage and finally culminating with perhaps the man's greatest creation, the iPhone, the narrative seems accurate to the real story -- though that has been contested.
In between those banner moments, of course, are the firings, the lawsuits and the personal journeys that made Jobs such a complex genius.
In the highly anticipated biopic, Ashton Kutcher plays the convincing-looking title character and co-founder of Apple, Inc. The visionary behind the iPod and iPad is joined by partner Steve Wozniak (Josh Gad), who mesmorizes Jobs with his revolutionary machinary. Together, their entreupreneurial spirit carries the company (and the trailer).
Also in the film are James Woods, Dermot Mulroney, Matthew Modine and Amanda Crew.
"Jobs" comes out Aug. 16. Here is the trailer.
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- Steve Jobs
- Ashton Kutcher
- Steve Wozniak