Finally, the teaser of the much-awaited Steve Jobs biopic has been released by the Universal Studios. The flick has been directed by the Slumdog Millionaire fame Danny Boyle. The movie has Michael Fassbender essaying the role of Apple’s cofounder, the 38-year old actor can be seen portraying Steve Jobs trademark style of denims paired with turtle neck t-shirt.

The teaser is pretty short (well, that’s why we call it a teaser, but as viewers we want more!), however, it does provides a good view of Michael Fassbender in the lead role. It showcases Fassbender standing on a stage and in the background we hear harsh phrases such as “you can’t write code, you’re not an engineer, what do you do ?” and then there comes an answer from Jobs,“The musicians play the instruments, I play the Orchestra” . Well, that sounds like a good amalgamation of all that has affected the life of Steve Jobs and how he surfaced from the pre-conceived notions and proved himself as a revolutionary thinker and creator.

It does reminds us of Sorkin’s last movie The Social Network, which was based on Mark Zuckerberg, and it started on somewhat similar note and has had the similar way of story telling based on facts.

The movie has been under the scanner for several years and it has been affected time and again with production issues — but things seem to be working smooth now and we have just got served a good glimpse of the movie. It is based on Aaron Sorkin’s screenplay of Steve Jobs life and times, set to hit the theaters on October 9th.

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