Aaron Sorkin’s Steve Jobs Movie Is Three Long, Real-Time Scenes

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SAN FRANCISCO - JUNE 09:  Apple CEO Steve Jobs looks on before announcing the new iPhone 3G as he delivers the keynote address at the Apple Worldwide Web Developers Conference June 9, 2008 in San Francisco, California. Jobs kicked off the 2008 WWDC conference with a keynote where he announced an upgraded version of the popular iPhone called the iPhone 3G.  (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
SAN FRANCISCO - JANUARY 15: Apple CEO and co-founder Steve Jobs holds up the new Mac Book Air after he delivered the keynote speech to kick off the 2008 Macworld at the Moscone Center January 15, 2008 in San Francisco, California. Jobs introduced the wireless Time Capsule backup appliance, iTV 2 and the new ultra thin laptop MacBook Air. (Photo by David Paul Morris/Getty Images) Photo: Justin Sullivan/2008 Getty Images

Aaron Sorkin talked a bit of standard reverent talk about Steve Jobs at the Daily Beast's Hero Summit before dropping the bombshell that his biopic "is going to be three scenes, and three scenes only, that all take place in real time." They'll be half-hour pieces set backstage right before three product launches: the Mac, the NeXT (Jobs's 1985 post-Mac computer), and the iPod. So no, this isn't shaping up to be any kind of Social Network 2.0.