On August 16, Steve Jobs biopic “JOBS” will hit theaters nationwide. The movie follows the story of a young Jobs deciding to start Apple, building the world’s first personal computer out of his garage, and going on to lose the company he built only to be asked to take the helm once again, years later.
Ashton Kutcher, who took on the role of Jobs and even ended up in the hospital along the way, sat down with TechCrunch alongside co-star Josh Gad (who plays Steve Wozniak) to discuss the biopic.
“We’re taking on two people who are enormously important, who are still a part of the cultural zeitgeist, one of whom is still living and breathing,” said Gad. “So we didn’t take that lightly.”
For Kutcher, however, his biggest challenge was pleasing both groups of people who knew and interacted with Jobs, the group that loved him and the…
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