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  • Michael Stuhlbarg Says Jobs Movie "Unlike Anything I've Ever Done"

    Aaron Sorkin’s upcoming Steve Jobs biopic has been talk of the town for a long time now and everyone has high expectations for the film. Even Michael Stuhlbarg who plays Andy Hertzfeld in the movie said his experience in the film was very different from anything he’s ever done before. Stuhlbarg spoke with Collider and dished on some details from the film.

    According to Stuhlbarg, there was a rehearsal process that went on in between all the acts and actors had to rehearse for two weeks then spend another two shooting the movie. He told Collider that the Jobs movie was a ‘very unique project.’ For those who don’t already know, the biopic focuses on three major unveilings and launches that took place; the original Mac, NeXT Computer, and iMac.

    Stuhlbarg also noted to Collider that it was “unlike anything I’ve ever done to this point and probably unlike anything I'll ever do again.” He also said that actors were brought together in a very extraordinary way.

    Also, it kind of gave us something in the telling of the story that you don't often get, which is a sense of momentum of what a story is telling you. He got the opportunity to get the barrage of nonsense that was being thrown at him throughout the entire story. It was just unlike anything I've ever done before.
    Sorkin’s movie is set to release on October 9th, but it will be featured at the 53rd annual New York Film Festival six days prior to the release on October 3rd. Click the source link below for the video of the interview or to read the full script.

    Source: Collider
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