The new Steve Jobs movie starring Michael Fassbender has been dropped by more than 2,000 theaters in the U.S. after failing to gain any momentum over the weekend. Earnings declined 69 percent from last weekend to just $823,000, confirming its status as a flop.
It hasn’t been the easiest road to release for the film entitled Steve Jobs, but, finally, it’s now in theaters nationwide in the United States.
On October 9, Steve Jobs starring Michael Fassbender, directed by Danny Boyle, and written by Aaron Sorkin launched in limited release, with a wider rollout planned for Friday, October 23.
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak has revealed that he was invited to rejoin the Cupertino company by Steve Jobs during his final days. Woz has been speaking with Bloomberg about the new Steve Jobs movie, which he believes offers the best on-screen depiction of Jobs.
On October 5, 2011, Apple co-founder Steve Jobs passed away at the age of 56 due to complications with pancreatic cancer. Now, four years later, the current CEO of Apple, Tim Cook, remembers the legendary individual.
Laurene Powell Jobs, widow of Apple co-founder and former CEO Steve Jobs, tried to block the new Steve Jobs movie written by Aaron Sorkin, according to a new report. Powell Jobs is one of a number of Jobs’ “allies” who believe the film paints him as a cruel person.
In October, the film Steve Jobs will open to a wide audience, and those behind the film hopes it keeps the glowing reviews it’s already adopted through film festivals to date.
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak has taken to Facebook to talk about all that’s good and all that’s bad with the new Steve Jobs movie. Woz also touches upon the early days of Apple and John Sculley’s leadership, which helped save the original Macintosh — and Apple.