July 2, 2015

It’s the biopic that’s highly anticipated; one that’s might actually turn good. It’s the second Steve Jobs-based film since the last one in 2013, which was directed by Joshua Michael Stern and featured Ashton Kutcher and Dermot Mulroney. Oscar-winning director Danny Boyle and screenwriter Aaron Sorkin team up for Steve Jobs, which focuses on three game-changing product launches to lay out Jobs’ rise and fall. Jobs is portrayed by Michael Fassbender, and by the looks of the trailer, he’s done a pretty convincing job. Also, expect great performances by Kate Winslet (as former Joanna Hoffman, ex-marketing guru for Macintosh), Seth Rogen (as Steve Wozniak, co-founder), and Jeff Daniels (as John Sculley, ex-CEO of Apple).