“In true Internet fashion, it’s not based on very thorough research — essentially a cursory look at the Steve Jobs Wikipedia page,” said Ryan Perez, who wrote and directed “iSteve.” “It’s very silly. But it looks at his whole life.”
Funny or Die will release iSteve on 15 April, while the Ashton Kutcher version will come out later in the year after the distributor scrapped its initial opening date of 19 April. Besides these two, there will be one more movie on Jobs, written by Aaron Sorkin based on Walter Isaacson’s best-selling Jobs biography.
Looks like we’ll see three different Steve Jobs on the big screen this year – which will come closest?
(via ArtsBeat NYTimes)