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Apr 12, 2001

Following an initial teaser earlier in May, Universal today released the first official full-length trailer for the upcoming Steve Jobs movie.

The two-and-a-half minute trailer provides the longest look at the Danny Boyle-directed biopic that anyone has seen yet, balancing focus between Steve Jobs' various behind-the-scenes product launches and his intense personal life regarding his relationship with daughter Lisa Brennan-Jobs.

The trailer also gives more in-depth looks at Jeff Daniels and Kate Winslet, especially, as John Sculley and Joanna Hoffman, with various through-the-years glimpses of Michael Fassbender as Steve Jobs. After various casting calls and set photo leaks earlier in the year, excitement around the somewhat troubled film has only been steadily building. Fans can expect to see the full movie in theaters October 9.

Article Link: Universal Releases Official Full-Length Trailer for 'Steve Jobs' Movie
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macrumors G4
Sep 15, 2011
Vilano Beach, FL
Fassbender should've portrayed Steve Jobs while wearing the head from Frank.


(Seriously, I have complete faith in Fassbender and Sorkin that this will be outstanding)


macrumors 6502a
Jan 10, 2015
He's a good actor. He pulls it off. Kutcher had the look, but was lousy.

How do you know whether he pulls it off when the movie has not been released?

I'm going to have to disagree with you on this. Don't get me wrong, I like Fassbender, he's an excellent actor however he seems out of place in this movie.

Kutcher was good and his costumes/makeup in 'Jobs' were spot-on. However the film was utter yoghurt.

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macrumors G5
Jul 16, 2002
Based on the trailer it's going to be a flop. Not compelling to me (and I'm an, at least to the degree a Sorkin drama can be and this one literally wrote itself. I can only imagine how non-tech geeks view it. Maybe the trailer is just a victim of poor editing but it feels like its one of those movies where if you see the trailer you've seen the movie.
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