Jobs (or jOBS as it is being stylised) staring Ashton Kutcher as Apple Computers co-founder Steve Jobs is to have it's world premiere at the Sundance film festival tonight (Jan 25), and as is the trend nowadays, the first clip of the film has gone viral already, eagerly awaiting what the internet-public have to it's say.
"How can someone know what they want if they've never even seen it?" booms Kutcher in the sneak peak, channeling his inner-Jobs - the man who introduced the world to all manner of things they didn't know they wanted during his time as Apple's head-honcho. How indeed. Well at tonight's premier we may get a little closer to seeing how things really happened and how Jobs and his Apple compatriot Steve Wozniak (Josh Gad) turned the world so Apple-friendly. At least, we'll get an impression of it, but certainly not the truth, as Wozniak has claimed.
After seeing the clip himself, Wozniak told gadget site Gizmondo the scene was "not close" to what really happened, saying, "we never had such interaction." The computer-whizz then went on to seemingly pan Kutcher's portrayal of Jobs, saying, "[The] Personalities are very wrong although mine is closer."
Ouch. Anyway, Jobs is due to be released in the US on 19 April and you can check out the clip below.