The nominees for the 2016 Oscars have now been announced, and despite the welcome inclusion of Mad Max: Fury Road for Best Picture, there aren’t a lot of pleasant surprises in the mix. There are, however, some glaring omissions, as always. Here are the biggest.
Way back in the mists of time, Aaron Sorkin was approached by Pixar—in the form of Steve Jobs—to write an animated feature for the studio. It never materialized, but Sorkin’s still got that idea kicking around.
The movie Steve Jobs bombed at the box office, making a mere $7.3 million. Have we officially reached Jobs overload?
Five minutes into Steve Jobs, I didn’t think I was gonna make it.
The day is almost here: When America gets to witness Seth Rogen as Woz. In preparation for the Steve Jobs theatrical release on October 23, Woz himself has been doing a lot of publicity for the film, including making this featurette that juxtaposes his real-life commentary with snippets from the movie.
Steve Jobs is shaping up to be one hell of a biopic! Here’s the latest look at Micahel Fassbender doing his very best megalomaniacal technologist.
Today there’s a new trailer for the other other other Steve Jobs movie, the one starring Michael Fassbender. But this trailer gives us the first real look at Seth Rogen as Woz... and damned if I’m not going to see this movie just to watch him.
A news shocker for anyone excited about the other Steve Jobs movie—which should be good, because it's written by Oscar-winning dynamo Aaron Sorkin, doesn't star Ashton Kutcher, and isn't called iJobs. The movie will only have three scenes. Three.
Before Clark Gregg was the mighty S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent Phil Coulson, he cultivated his snappy banter as Special Agent Casper on The West Wing. And even though Gregg only appeared in eight episodes of Aaron Sorkin's series, Agent Casper is remembered for his ability to quip with the best of the White House staff. The…
Aaron Sorkin might be (totally is) the best screenwriter we have, and according to E! Online Sony Pictures has offered the Social Network Oscar-winner the job of writing the script for the Steve Jobs movie.
Though it may not be science fiction, Facebook movie The Social Network does what all great SF does: It speculates about how new technologies are changing society. I've read through Aaron Sorkin's script, and it's a riveting amorality tale. Spoilers!
After tense, months-long talks with Facebook executives, filmmakers behind Facebook flick The Social Network have decided to keep a scene involving cocaine and boobs. Did Facebook finally realize it will never again look this sexy?