With the movie Steve Jobs, director Danny Boyle threw away that silly notion that the star must at all resemble the real-life subject.
That’s just silly, uncreative, and, well, dammit, creatively fascistic.
Boyle has announced that he loved doing the Steve Jobs movie so much that he’s got several more movies with real-life subjects in them.
See the casting reveals after the break.
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We look forward to being confused as fuck, just like we were with the trailer for Steve Jobs!
6 responses to “Director Danny Boyle’s Casting Innovations”
I reckon that should be illegal. Geez.
The Steve Jobs movie, starring John Sculley. WTF.
Ha. Is this the same movie that two other actors ditched? What actor did you have in mind? Maybe he couldn’t find anyone to play this role.
Kutcher could have done a two-fer. I liked his portrayal, just not fond of the script.
It would have helped if they dyed Fassbender’s hair black.
At the very least.