SpamSandwich wrote: »
Unless Sorkin is a director or producer, writers don't usually influence casting.
So you'd rather an actor who isn't as good as Fassbender play Jobs because?..
And here was the result. The director had the final word (which is exactly what I've been saying)...
Unless you have control over the financial component of the moviemaking, your opinion is largely irrelevant.
techlover wrote: »
You are talking about a different movie.
Don't skip Gibney's documentary though. Whether you like it or not it is still worth watching.
I think it will be fine as Michael Fassbender is an actual actor, unlike the others you mentioned.
Kutcher is fine. He does a specific kind of movies, but then again Hollywood pigeonholes people. He's also apparently a savvy investor.
Which The Social Network seemed to borrow the narrative style of as well.
interesting movie ....... i found this podcast w/ some inside info & experiences with Steve from someone who worked with him at Apple directly; including Steve's reaction to early AirPlay and iPod technologies ... interesting as well ... http://bit.ly/1McpK6o
11:45 – inside info on development of original Apple Airplay (originally called AirTunes)
21:20 – story about early technology and early development of the iPhone w/ Steve Jobs
26:02 – inside info on Apple’s original wireless router business
27:14 - inside info on "what you learn working at Apple"