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Steve Jobs (2015) is an American / British biographical drama film directed by Danny Boyle. It stars Michael Fassbender as Steve Jobs, Kate Winslet as Joanna Hoffman and Seth Rogen as Steve Wozniak. The film is to some extent based on the life of Steve Jobs and covers the years from 1984 to 1998.

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Michael Fassbender's Steve Jobs reference to Seth Rogen's Wozniak as “Rain Man”

In the movie Steve Jobs by Danny Boyle, we see a conversation between Jobs and John Sculley immediately before the launch of NeXT (if I remember correctly). (picked from wikiquote) John Sculley: ...
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Was Jobs being sarcastic when he said he liked Hertzfeld?

About 3/4 through Steve Jobs (2015), before the iMac launch, Andy Hertzfeld argues with Steve Jobs about paying for Lisa's tuition. At the end of it, Steve says he's indifferent to people disliking ...
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Why does Michael Fassbender have blonde hair in Steve Jobs?

This is not James Bond. Steve Jobs was a real person. And Steve Jobs never had blond hair. Heck, Michael Fassbender doesn't even have naturally blonde hair. His hair is a dark brown. Why would the ...
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Why do the “John Sculley” and “Steve Jobs” conversation scenes play back and forth?

In Steve Jobs (2015), why do the "John Sculley" and "Steve Jobs" conversation scenes always play back to the past and forth to the present? As we observe, the film cuts back and forth between "John ...
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Did Steve Jobs ever thank the Apple II team?

In the 2015 film Steve Jobs, a running story throughout the movie has Seth Rogen's character Steve Wozniak asking Steve Jobs to publicly thank the Apple II team for their work. At the end of the film ...
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Who was cast for the role of Bill Gates? [closed]

Watching the new trailer of Steve Jobs (2015) , I was wondering who played Bill gates. As IMDb plot says, the movie Follows the life and legacy of Steve Jobs. I'm thinking there must be Bill ...