How did you find Ashton Kutcher’s portrayal of the late Steve Jobs? Well, it seems that there is still a huge market for one of Apple’s co-founders, especially details concerning his life. Aaron Sorkin intends to make a movie out of Walter Isaacson’s Steve Jobs biography, and this effort has not been smooth sailing right from the get go, but it seems that no mountain is insurmountable if you decide to put your heart and mind to it. Filming for the upcoming looks set to have kicked off.
It was late last week that the folks over at CNET managed to catch a glimpse of the film crew working on the garage over at Jobs’ previous residence, which is now well known to be the birthplace of Apple. This house is located somewhere in Los Altos, and it is no doubt one of the film’s locations over in California, where you can bet your bottom dollar that there will be several spots over in the Silicon Valley, too. Basically, the entire project’s troublesome start was revealed during the recent Sony Pictures hack, but now that principle filming has kicked off, or at least is about to, one can only look forward to the finished product.
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