First Full Trailer for 'Jobs' Starring Ashton Kutcher is Finally Here

June 21, 2013
Source: Yahoo

Jobs Trailer

"The Original Innovator. The Original Rebel." Open Road Films has finally debuted the first full trailer for Joshua Michael Stern's Jobs movie, the biopic about Steve Jobs, played by lookalike Ashton Kutcher. The film first premiered at Sundance this year to mixed reviews, and this trailer really goes all out selling it. No surprise there - it is Steve Jobs here. The ensemble cast of Jobs also includes Josh Gad as Steve Wozniak, Lukas Haas as Daniel Kottke, James Woods as Jack Dudman, Matthew Modine as John Sculley and plenty others. I hate to say it again, but they show a lot of the film in this trailer, so watch out. Give it a look.

Watch the first theatrical trailer for Joshua Michael Stern's Jobs, originally from Yahoo:

Jobs is directed by Joshua Michael Stern (Neverwas, Swing Vote) and written by Matt Whiteley and tells the true story of one of the greatest entrepreneurs in American history by chronicling the defining 30 years of Steve Jobs' life as he revolutionized the personal computer, founded Apple, introduced the world to the iPod and more. Ashton Kutcher plays Steve Jobs and the cast features Dermot Mulroney, J.K. Simmons, Lesley Ann Warren and more. The film premiered at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival, here is our review. Open Road Films will be releasing Jobs in limited theaters starting August 16th this year. Your thoughts?

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  • Steve Carley
    i thought this was shelved indefinitely?
  • purr
    Shit, got me wanting to see this.
  • matthew
    why the fuck does hollywood insist on playing fucking shitty hip hop music in the trailers of time period movies!!
    • camc10
      I would disagree that the music is shitty
      • matthew
        true, just shitty in my opinion, but why play hip hop to a period movie.. makes no sense to me, like 42 trailer with Jay-Z playing in it.
        • TheRagingCajun
          No, I will not trust you. Not shitty at all. "Like the ceiling can't hold us" is one of the hottest songs of the summer. So, in reality, from the average bear point of view, this would be a good publicity stunt by Open Road films While I understand your point and AGREE with you about always having hip hop and trendy scores on time periods, this song is not shitty. Not shitty at all. That's a lot of shittys. And by the way, that ain't Jay-Z.
          • SavageHawk
            It's shitty
      • Guest
        It's shitty
  • Sempai
    This trailer SUCKS!!!
    He may LOOK like steve jobs, but he definitely still SOUNDS like ashton kutcher
    • OfficialJab
      That got in my way too. I think he's great for the part, but his voice is too recognizable.
  • fem!anon
    Kind of got chills when he was holding up the thingy at the end, I am just saying. Steve Jobs seemed a lot more chill than what I've seen in this trailer :|||| And why Ashton Kutcher goddammit
  • DavideCoppola
    Looks "manipulative".
  • I'm holding out for the Jobs film being written by Aaron Sorkin.
  • Nielsen700
  • Never trust a hippy. As I type on my iMac.
  • Vic
    Edited with Sony Vegas. Irony.
  • Guest
    Dumb movie about an egomaniac who did more to fuck up the computer scene than anything else....unless of course you think checking your email requires a $2000 laptop
  • TheRagingCajun
    Love the fact that Kutcher ONLY LOOKS like Jobs. Love the fact that there is a movie about Jobs. Hate the fact that Ashton Kutcher makes me wanna shit in my own hands, then take a pair of plyers, then plunge those plyers in my own shit, then vomit on the shit induced plyers, then proceed to tearing my fucking eyeballs out, then eating said eyeballs, then shitting them out, then eating them again. Did I mention I hate the fact that Ashton Kutcher makes me wanna..........................
  • Owengoerzen
    This. Looks. Horrible
  • docbrown1984
    please tell me the trailer will look nothing like the movie. who made this 2.20 piece of crap. it understands nothing of jobs or apples vision. terrible unfitting music, soppy rom com scenes. so mad right now
  • Ashton's too pretty to play Jobs. He's too Ashton to play anyone.




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