Old Apple Logo Color Scheme or 'Predator' Vision for 'Jobs' Poster?
The first biopic on Apple founder Steve Jobs hitting big screens is Joshua Michael Stern's Jobs, featuring the surprise casting of Ashton Kutcher as the titular technological genius. The film isn't abysmal, but the scope of the story is limited and feels more like a TV movie than anything. Kutcher's performance isn't terrible, but the film only gives him a chance to be the angry, misunderstood workaholic, or the softspoken, inspirational mastermind, with little room for any middle ground (watch the trailer). Now a new poster tries to catch the eye using the multicolor palette of the old Apple logo, but it looks like Predator vision. Look!
Here's the first poster for Joshua Michael Stern's Jobs from Moviefone:
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?