By Cody Lee on Nov 26, 2013
For those of you who were unable to see it in theaters, Ashton Kutcher’s much talked about ‘Jobs’ film is now available for purchase. You can either buy it or rent it in iTunes, and then of course it’s available in Blu-Ray and DVD as well.
After months of rumors and a lengthy delay, ‘Jobs’ opened to mixed reviews on August 16. It stayed in theaters for just 7 weeks, and only pulled $35 million worldwide. It was considered by many to be a flop, but now you can be the critic… Read More
By Christian Zibreg on Aug 19, 2013
The Jobs movie starring Ashton Kutcher as Apple’s legendary co-founder Steve Jobs has opened with disappointing revenues and bombed at the box office this weekend. Specifically, the flick pulled in just shy of seven million dollars domestically, earning it the seventh place at the box office. This is one of Kutcher’s lowest openings ever and hardly a success knowing the figure fell short of the $8-9 million distributor Open Road Films was hoping to rake in.
And as if mixed reviews weren’t enough, the movie has failed to impress the trusted review aggregation site Rotten Tomatoes which gave it a rating of just 25 percent… Read More
By Cody Lee on Aug 18, 2013
The long-awaited ‘Jobs’ biopic, starring Ashton Kutcher as Steve Jobs, opened in theaters this weekend, and by all counts it’s been a bit of a flop. According to Deadline Hollywood, it’s sitting at the #7 spot, pulling in just $6.7 million domestically.
But is it really that bad of a movie? No. Then why is it doing so poorly? That’s a tough question to answer, but I’m going to try to do it in the following paragraphs. Don’t worry, I imagine this is the fiftieth ‘Jobs’ review you’ve come across, so I’m going to keep it short and sweet.
I saw Jobs yesterday afternoon, with my girlfriend. We went to the 12:50pm showing, and unfortunately we got there just as the previews were starting. So if they had shown the new Mac Pro commercial, we missed it.
The movie opens with Ashton—I mean Steve making his way to the stage for his big iPod unveiling in October of 2001. It then flashes back to his early 20’s and proceeds to take us on a journey of the founding of Apple… Read More
By Cody Lee on Aug 16, 2013
After months of speculation, interviews, and movie clips, the highly anticipated ‘Jobs’ biopic starring Ashton Kutcher finally hit theaters today. And despite Open Road Film’s best marketing efforts, initial reviews are a mixed bag.
Looking at review aggregation site metacritic, the flick scored a decent 43 out of 100, but over at Rotten Tomatoes, it scored just 25 out of 100. Want to see what others thought about the movie? Keep reading for our review roundup… Read More
By Cody Lee on Aug 15, 2013
It’s been a long road for ‘Jobs,’ the film about Apple’s leader and co-founder starring Ashton Kutcher. We first found out about the movie project back in early 2012, and there’s been non-stop reports, photos, trailers and interviews ever since.
But the time has finally come. Jobs is set to open in 2,381 theaters around the world tomorrow, and wouldn’t you know it, two new clips from the film have hit the web today. They contain some new footage, so check them out after the fold… Read More
By Christian Zibreg on Aug 6, 2013
Jobs movie producers Open Road Films have been promoting the upcoming flick left and right ahead of its nationwide premiere scheduled for later this month. Ashton Kutcher, who plays Apple’s co-founder Steve Jobs, and Josh Gad who channels Steve Wozniak, are tasked with depicting how the two Steves built the most valuable company in the world from Jobs parent’s garage.
You’ve marveled at the psychedelic movie poster, watched the original trailer and seen a nice featurette, now’s the time for a second trailer… Read More
By Christian Zibreg on Jul 31, 2013
With a little over two weeks until its nationwide theatrical release, Open Road Films on Wednesday released the first featurette for the upcoming Jobs movie, starring Ashton Kutcher as Apple’s co-founder Steve Jobs and Josh Gad as the other Steve, Steve Wozniak.
Not only does the two and a half minutes long video offer commentary on the filming process and interviews with the flick’s stars, you’ll also get to see some new footage and scenes providing a closer glimpse at the upcoming movie.
I’ve included the video after the jump so go ahead and have a watch… Read More
By Christian Zibreg on Jul 26, 2013
Actor Ashton Kutcher in a recent appearance on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno spoke about passing on an opportunity to meet Apple’s late co-founder Steve Jobs, whom he likened to “the Leonardo da Vinci of our generation”. As you know, Kutcher channels Jobs in the upcoming bio pic titled jOBS.
And as the studio’s promo machine kicked into high gear ahead of the upcoming August release, Kutcher sat down with The Verge editor Joshua Topolsky to share his thoughts on the technology landscape, his portrayal of Apple’s co-founder, investing in tech startups, re-tweeting versus RT-ing and lots more… Read More
By Cody Lee on Jul 25, 2013
It seems like the tech world collectively chuckled and rolled its eyes when it found out that Ashton Kutcher—the stoner star from That 70’s Show and Hollywood’s go-to guy for b-rated romantic comedies—was going to be playing Steve Jobs in a feature film.
But Kutcher has turned more than a few heads with his portrayal of Apple’s co-founder in Open Road Films’ ‘Jobs.’ And looking at this clip of his appearance on Jay Leno’s Tonight Show from last night, he obviously had tremendous respect for the man… Read More
By Christian Zibreg on Jul 3, 2013
With a little over a month until Ashton Kutcher’s movie based on Steve Jobs’s life, Open Road Films has released a promotional poster for the upcoming flick. The official tagline: “Some see what’s possible, others change what’s possible”.
It shows a close up of Kutcher’s character wearing his trademark spectacles, turtleneck and beard. Jobs is pictured against the colorful background in an obvious hint to Apple’s early days when the company’s logo had psychedelic colors… Read More
By Christian Zibreg on Jun 12, 2013
Following Funny or Die’s awfully received iSteve flick, another Steve Jobs biopic is slated for release later this summer. Ashton Kutcher’s jOBS film, which debuted at the Sundance festival back in January, was originally slated for a worldwide release on April 19, but got delayed. According to the latest Hollywood chatter, the movie is now set to launch on August 16 in the United States… Read More
By Cody Lee on Jan 26, 2013
Ashton Kutcher’s long-awaited jOBS, a biopic on the late Steve Jobs, debuted for the first time ever last night at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah. And as you can imagine, the screening was chock-full of critics and tech bloggers.
The first reviews of the movie hit the web late last night, and the overall theme seems to be “good, not great.” Both Kutcher and Gad (who plays Woz) received praise for their respective performances, but the film itself didn’t seem to impress.
Here’s a roundup of some of the top jOBS reviews from around the web…
By Christian Zibreg on Jan 24, 2013
As previously reported, ‘jOBS’ biopic will debut tomorrow as the closing-night film of the Sundance Film Festival in Part City and now word has reached us that the flick, which depicts Steve in his early years (1971-2000), will be premiering in theaters nationwide on Friday, April 19. The indie project stars Ashton Kutcher, who portrays Apple’s late co-founder Steve Jobs, and his fellow actor Josh Gad, who plays another Apple co-founder, Steve Wozniak. An exclusive clip from the movie can be seen right after the break… Read More
By Christian Zibreg on Jan 21, 2013
Actor Ashton Kutcher who stars in jOBS, the upcoming indie biopic about Apple’s late co-founder, will kick off MacWorld Expo, now known as iWorld. The conference runs January 31 – February 2 in San Francisco’s Moscone West. Kutcher will take the main stage on January 31 at 9am to kick off the three-day conference and talk about the flick, which is scheduled to hit theaters in April after its debut at the legendary Sundance Film Festival later this month… Read More