Watch: One Final Trailer for Aaron Sorkin & Danny Boyle's 'Steve Jobs'

September 17, 2015
Source: YouTube

Steve Jobs

"You're the only one who sees the world the same way I do…" Universal has debuted the final, fantastic trailer for Danny Boyle's Steve Jobs, based on a script by Aaron Sorkin, starring Michael Fassbender as Steve Jobs. The film just premiered at the Telluride Film Festival last week and it's excellent - one of my favorite films of the year, an absolute powerhouse with one helluva script (read my festival review in full). Everything about the film is near perfect – the cast, the script, the cinematography – and it's so exhilarating to watch even running over two hours. Delve even deeper into the mind of Steve Jobs. The cast includes Kate Winslet, Seth Rogen, Katherine Waterston, Jeff Daniels, and Michael Stuhlbarg. Strap in.

Here's the final official trailer for Danny Boyle's Steve Jobs, direct from Universal's YouTube:

You can still watch the first full-length trailer for Danny Boyle's Steve Jobs here, if you're interested.

Steve Jobs is directed by Danny Boyle (Slumdog Millionaire, 127 Hours) and written by Aaron Sorkin (The Social Network, "The West Wing"). Set backstage at three iconic product launches, beginning with the Mac in 1984, moving through the NeXT in 1997 and ending in 1997 with the unveiling of the iPod, the film aims to take audiences behind the scenes of the digital revolution to paint an intimate portrait of the brilliant man at its epicenter, Steve Jobs (Michael Fassbender). The film also stars Seth Rogen, Jeff Daniels, Michael Stuhlbarg, Katherine Waterston and more. Universal will release Steve Jobs starting October 9th this fall.

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this may be my favorite trailer of the year

Ryan on Sep 17, 2015



Nash on Sep 17, 2015


Gotta admit I'm havin' a tough time 'suspending my disbelief' as all I see is Fassbender acting like Jobs. He still looks like Fassbender to me and I can't believe him trying to be someone he's not; a real person whom we all knew what he looked like. These bio-pics are tough to pull off, at least for me, of real live, or used to be a short while ago, famous people. I just see actors playing dress up. Too bad, but I'll give it a shot because I really like Sorkin's stuff.

Bo on Sep 17, 2015


You're ridiculous.

Alexandre Goyette on Sep 17, 2015


Well, I happen to think I'm quite intelligent and articulate my personal and subjective views quite well. Perhaps that is why you find it ridiculous seeing how you don't state your case as to why you find my subjective views that way. Make no never mind as it's of little consequence to me, Alexandre.

Bo on Sep 17, 2015


You're the one who's "Havin' a tough time suspending disbelief" because an actor doesn't look exactly like the character they're portraying. That's like saying "I can't stand to watch Schindler's List because Liam Neeson looks NOTHING like the real Oskar Schindler." That makes no sense to me, hence you're ridiculous.

Alexandre Goyette on Sep 17, 2015


I think you are over-generalizing. Why should anybody be ridiculous for having a difficult time suspending disbelief? And just because something makes no sense to you why should you judge it to be ridiculous? I might find you more than ridiculous for being able to accept Fassbender who is obviously Fassbender the actor trying to make you believe he is Steve Jobs the computer genius. It should remain a very personal and subjective position and respected by those that have a differing position. I did not know what Schindler looked like so it was easier to suspend disbelief with Neeson's portrayal of him. Again, I find this analogy or example a bit simplistic. The inability to suspend disbelief can be caused for many, many reasons and they are all very subjective and personal. An intelligent and sophisticated person might well think that those of us who are not only willing to suspend disbelief but be able to do it successfully in order to be entertained are a rather crude and ridiculous lot. And that would be a valid assumption in many ways. But this 'you're ridiculous' comment? I find that to be rather disrespectful and you therefore lose all credibility because of it. It lacks the sophistication needed to not only understand and make sense of someone else's very personal and subjective reaction to a piece of work, but also their right to be able to express it without being condemned and judged for it.

Bo on Sep 17, 2015



Venom on Sep 17, 2015


How old are you?

Ryan Browne on Sep 18, 2015


hahahha....more references to "intelligence". So sad. You should consider getting help.

Venom on Sep 17, 2015


Let him speak, you noob. Sheesh.

Sascha Dikiciyan on Sep 17, 2015


The stuff you just described, isn't that the whole problem of acting, of staging things? If we agree to participate in it as spectators (and what else?), we accept it as the deal with the whole charade. But what we really hope, is that it's not just another charade, we hope that there's something worth seeing, hearing and taking all perceptive and intelligent advantages we can pull out of it.

shiboleth on Sep 17, 2015


Yes, yes! Very intelligent response. Very well stated. And I agree. However, when we find that it is just another charade that would mean to me that the suspension of disbelief was impossible due to it being an 'obvious' charade. This is all, of course, very subjective because where one might find something quite worth seeing and enjoying, another might find it impossible to believe for various reasons. Right? Very well done, shiboleth. I appreciate intelligent, meaningful and respectful discourse and you've just provided that for me here. Thank you.

Bo on Sep 17, 2015

14's so funny reading your posts and the number of times you reference "intelligence". It's a preoccupation that stems from an epic amount of insecurity.

Venom on Sep 17, 2015


Or with a preoccupation with 'intelligence and intelligent discourse while talking about films, which you never do, choosing instead to only criticize and put people down without ever mentioning the film being discussed. Interesting.... I swore I wasn't going to respond to anything you write because you've proven time and again with your responses to others that your need to criticize far exceeds your 'intellectual' capacities to understand what they have written. Now here you are doing it with me. Okay. Coming from you, Venom, who used to be Darth Varder, who use to be etc. etc. your post has no validity. In fact, one could question your 'need' to label yourself with these kinds of fake/power, talisman-like names. That your doing so would indicate your own gross insecurity and inner feelings of smallness and fear. Thus, your 'insecurity' PROJECTION upon me. This is quite likely to be over your head, but one must try...sometimes.... It's quite embarrasing, bub, and you might point your critical finger at yourself rather than continuing to make a fool of yourself for all to see. Just sayin'.... Now back to ignoring your immature and ignorant nonsense. Bye-bye....

Bo on Sep 17, 2015


lol....more idiotic nonsense from Mr. Insecure

Venom on Sep 17, 2015


Venom, you are the idiot.

Ryan Browne on Sep 18, 2015


I could watch fassbender sleep he is so good.

nevadasurfer on Sep 17, 2015


Creepy, but true. Still creepy though.

Quanah on Sep 17, 2015


"Speak softly and carry a big stick." (Please no hog jokes).

DAVIDPD on Sep 17, 2015


There's a difference between acting and performing. In acting, you get cut with a fake knife and ketchup spills everywhere to look like blood. In performing, you get cut and your blood spills. Question is: is Fassbender acting or performing? I will certainly go to the movie to make my own determination.

Quanah on Sep 17, 2015


A new level of dumb

TheoLeo on Sep 18, 2015


Your mom.

Quanah on Sep 18, 2015


That's a good trailer and it looks promising, but I still don't buy into the whole Steve Jobs hype/deification. And hearing him being semi-compared to Leonardo DaVinci just makes me go HELL NAW. Might still watch the movie, though, just to see some good filmmaking craft (oh, and Sorkin is great).

Terry Craig on Sep 17, 2015


Wow, reading the comments make you forget that this is a "Danny Boyle Film", For me I am in when you said Danny! Fassbender and Boyle will bring the goods.

deerosa on Sep 17, 2015


If someone didn't tell me I would've though this was a David Fincher movie with music by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross

Wes on Sep 18, 2015

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