Would you buy the Thing?
Kevin Roose explains how it gets the "Asshole" right, but not his mysterious X factor.
Two broken mice? We hope it wasn't the only gift he got.
Now out August 16.
iSteve was filmed in just five days.
Fruitarianism isn't for everyone.
"Our relationship was so different than what was portrayed."
See Ashton Kutcher in all his Steve Jobs–ian glory.
After debuting at Sundance.
Digging the beard, brah.
Can you imagine how much Sorkin fast-talking we're in for?
Who knew Steve Jobs had a potbelly?
He'll play early Apple CEO Mike Markkula.
Opposite Ashton Kutcher's Jobs.
He also likens Sony's project to writing a film about the Beatles.
It's the studio's first film since the Apple head's death.
But did he speak Sorkinese?
The Starbucks cup really throws it off.
The one that'll feature Ashton Kutcher as Jobs. Yup.
It's called Jobs. It's also not a rumor.
He "protected us from all the bad influences of the outside world," says director Andrew Stanton.
He's thinking about it.
"It's called an iPod." "An i-what?" "iPod." "Pod?" "Pod. iPod." "An iPod." "Yes."
Mayer was "blowing it big-time," Jobs (randomly) thought.
"I don't think I can make inanimate objects talk."