Danny Boyle admits ''Steve Jobs'' is a hard sell. The film about the Apple co-founder got disappointing figures when it opened across the U.S., taking only $7.1 million on wide release despite critical acclaim and two success
It takes more than a big box-office to win an Oscar, but dreary audience numbers for the new movie about late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs has awards watchers wondering if it can effectively compete for the entertainment indus
Movie review: Steve Jobs; In the behind-the-scenes swirl, Jobs (Michael Fassbender) is visited each time by ghosts of products past: Apple engineer Steve Wozniak (Seth Rogen), Apple CEO John Sculley (Jeff Daniels), and Jobs'
There are so many reasons for Kate Winslet to feel great about the new ''Steve Jobs'' movie that it doesn't matter that critics panned the 2013 film ''Jobs,'' which was also about the Apple Computer co-founder.
A weekend screening of "Steve Jobs," a biopic about Apple Inc's famous co-founder, drew high praise from some reviewers and suggestions that actor Michael Fassbender could be an Oscar contender for his portrayal of Jobs.
"Steve Jobs", the new film about the Apple co-founder written by Aaron Sorkin and directed by Danny Boyle, will be screened at the New York Film Festival on October 3 as the fest's Centerpiece selection.