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'Steve Jobs' Movie: Michael Fassbender Career-Making Performance in 'Riveting' Biopic

'Steve Jobs' movie poster. 'Steve Jobs' movie: 'Riveting, high speed' biopic starring Michael Fassbender at his best On the outside, computers are clean, symmetrical slabs of molded polycarbonate; pleasant, or at least inoffensive, to look at. On the inside, however, the part most consumers don't see, is a bento box of circuit boards, memory chips, wires, graphics cards, and cooling systems, busily processing and moving the innumerable pieces of information that make the unit work flawlessly or, occasionally, crash. What director Danny Boyle's ferocious three-act rocket ride, Steve Jobs, teaches us about its eponymous tech icon, is that he was much like a computer: on the outside, clad in his signature black turtleneck and jeans, he was trim, bespectacled and […]


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'Steve Jobs' Movie: Michael Fassbender Career-Making Performance in 'Riveting' Biopic



Cate Blanchett in Lucille Ball Biopic: Oscar Winner Aaron Sorkin to Write Screenplay

Lucille Ball: The glamour look. Cate Blanchett to play Lucille Ball: Actress won Oscar for incarnating Ball's fellow RKO contract player Katharine Hepburn Two-time Oscar winner Cate Blanchett is reportedly slated to star in a biopic of former RKO and MGM actress and big-time television comedienne Lucille Ball. Aaron Sorkin, Oscar winner for David Fincher's The Social Network, will be responsible for the screenplay. According to Entertainment Weekly, the Lucille Ball film biopic will focus on Ball's two-decade marriage to her I Love Lucy co-star Desi Arnaz. In 1960, the couple had an acrimonious divorce that supposedly “shocked” clueless fans unable to tell the difference between TV reality and real-life reality. Their children, Desi Arnaz Jr. and Lucie Arnaz, had […]


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Cate Blanchett in Lucille Ball Biopic: Oscar Winner Aaron Sorkin to Write Screenplay



Steve Jobs Biography to Become Biopic via Sony Pictures

Sony Pictures, the same company that brought you The Social Network and Moneyball, is working on a deal to acquire the movie rights to Walter Isaacson's Steve Jobs' biography, appropriately titled Steve Jobs. The source for this story is Mike Fleming's article at Deadline.com. Jobs, who died of cancer two days ago, has been all but canonized in print, on television, and online as the man who, through his Apple leadership, revolutionized the world we live in thanks to iPads, iPods, iPhones, iTunes, and Pixar movies. Bigger than Galileo, Da Vinci, Voltaire, Copernicus, Newton, Einstein, Pasteur, Madame Curie, the Lumière Brothers, and Alexander the Great put together, if you're to believe all the praise coming his way. But then again, […]


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Steve Jobs Biography to Become Biopic via Sony Pictures