Steve Jobs Biopic


War ja klar, dass das 1.) kommt und 2.) so schnell gehen würde: Sony verhandelt grade die Rechte zur Verfilmung von Walter Isaacsons (CNN, Time Mag) Steve Jobs-Biographie, die Ende dieses Monats erscheinen wird.

Mark Gordon will produce the picture through MG360, the film production partnership between Gordon and Management 360. Originally skedded for release on Nov. 21, Simon & Schuster will now publish “Steve Jobs” on Oct. 24 in lieu of Jobs’ death on Oct. 5.

The 448-page book features two years worth of interviews with Jobs, who agreed to participate while he was battling cancer so that Isaacson could better capture his legacy. As of mid-August, Jobs had not yet read the book, which has seen its pre-sales skyrocket.

Sony to make Steve Jobs biopic (via Badass Digest)

Amazon-Partnerlink: Deutsch: Steve Jobs: Die autorisierte Biografie des Apple-Gründers, Englisch: Steve Jobs: A Biography

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  1. dlb

    Dann kann sich da David Fincher ja schonmal den Terminkalender freiräumen und gleich Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross Bescheid geben. ;)

  2. Michael

    haha, mein Gedanke ^^

  3. Hans

    Und Jack Nicholson spielt Bill Gates…

    Wette jedes Geld dass Sony sich nicht traut, den Film in etwa so unschmeichelhaft wie “the Social Network” zu machen. Mit den Apple-Fans legen die sich nicht an.

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