Kutcher (in character) speaks with Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak (played by Josh Gad) about his vision for a computer that allows you to see what you’re doing, when you’re doing it.
Video courtesy of RollingStone.com
When you think of Ashton Kutcher, if ever you do, the first thing that comes to mind may be…”Punk’d,” or maybe it is Demi Moore. If you are familiar with his work, you may even think of “The Butterfly Effect,” but I’d put my last dollar on it that Steve Jobs isn’t someone you’d associate with the “That 70s Show” funnyman. But his latest role will bring the men closer together than you ever imagined.
Kutcher will bring Jobs–who died On October 5th after a strenuous battle with pancreatic cancer–to life again in the April 19th release of “jOBS,”a biopic about the Apple visionary.
The first set visuals supply us a good sense of Kutcher’s acting abilities in such a serious and sensitive portrayal. As goofy and as silly as Ashton Kutcher comes across in regular life, I have this overwhelming gut feeling that this is the perfect role for him. What say you readers?
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