CNET shot the image above which appears to show the beginnings of production on the Steve Jobs biopic. The movie has already been subject to many twists and turns. Many big-name actors opted in and opted out of the starring role, while Sony Pictures dropped the movie and handed it to Universal. It’s also worth mentioning how it got caught up the massive Sony Pictures hack too.
Now things finally seem to be on track, with filming activity taking place at Jobs’ parents’ garage where the company was founded. The garage is famous in the story of Apple, as it’s where the first Apple I computers were manufactured by Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak and their first employees, including Chris Espinosa, Apple employee number 8 who is still working at the company today.
Besides that however, there’s little in the way of new information about the movie. We do now know that it will feature Michael Fassbender as Jobs, with Seth Rogan as Steve Wozniak. There’s also word that Dumb and Dumber‘s Jeff Daniels will star as John Sculley; the guy who effectively fired Jobs from his own company in 1985.