Universal Studios Home Entertainment has officially announced and detailed its upcoming combo pack edition of Joshua Michael Stern's Jobs (2013), starring Ashton Kutcher, Dermot Mulroney, and Josh Gad. The release will be available for purchase online and in stores across the nation on November 26th.
Ashton Kutcher is Steve Jobs, the iconic Apple innovator and groundbreaking entrepreneur. This inspiring and entertaining film chronicles Jobs' early days as a college dropout to his rise as the co-founder of Apple Computer Inc. and forced departure from the company. More than a decade later, Jobs returns and single-handedly sets a course that will turn the once-tiny startup into one of the world's most valuable companies. His epic journey blazes a trail that changes technology – and the world – forever.
Ashton Kutcher is Steve Jobs: Ashton Kutcher and others discuss the challenges of playing one of the most enigmatic
figures in American history, and co-stars reflect on how Kutcher transformed himself into
the groundbreaking entrepreneur.
The Legacy of Steve Jobs: Cast and crew reflect on how Jobs and his innovations have impacted and inspired everyone's daily lives.
Jobs - Behind the Score: Composer John Debney explains how he approached creating the score.
Audio Commentary with Director Joshua Michael Stern
@Ace_BB6: I agree! Who wants to watch a movie with a fucktard like him? He and his pathetic co-foundation "DnA"... Oh, plus, he has a disgusting charisma and he can't act. But the shit he and Demi Moore was/is involved in is definitely enough for me to boycott him. And both of them, of course.
I'd rather watch The Pirates of Silicon Valley than this rant!
Plus, I actually think Jobs did/said some stupid things some time before he died.
The made for TV film "The Pirates of Silicon Valley" was far superior to this piece of garbage. It covers more of Jobs life and his interaction with Bill Gates from Microsoft. I would prefer a disc release of that film.
This is one of those kind of movies that shouldn't have been made in the first place. Jobs had box office flop written all over it, and the filmmakers decided to make it anyway.... Steve Jobs personal life could not have been that interesting nor intriguing enough, to make a full theatrical film about him, not even a TV movie for that matter! I doubt this will sell one copy at the most.