Universal Pictures has announced that the Steve Jobs movie will be released on October 9th 2015. This news follows the appearance of the first pictures depicting the movie’s stars in their roles.
Earlier this week we saw Fassbender and Rogan as Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak, dressed in 70s/80s attire – most likely centring around the Macintosh launch in 1984. Aside from making that connection based on their clothing, writer Alan Sorkin has said that the movie will look more closely at Jobs’ earlier years, rather than the more successful years later on. It will also apparently feature heavily his family life too, with reference to his lovechild Lisa, a daughter he previously disowned, but later reconnected with, something that flourished into what would then be a lifelong relationship with her.
Besides those paparazzi shots, we’ve also seen a number of images from extras who have been assembling at the Flint Center for Perfuming Arts – the very place the Mac was released in over 30 years ago.