The biopic dedicated to Steve Jobs could at last see the view. After several months of negotiations with Leonardo DiCaprio and Christian Bale in the title role, and David Fincher to completion, everyone threw in the towel, including Sony, which was to produce the film.
Sony gives up the Steve Jobs biopic
It’s finally that Universal decided to bring the project, based on the script written by Aaron Sorkin, who wrote the script of The Social Network. Negotiations with big Hollywood names for distribution resumed, and we now know that Natalie Portman and Michael Fassbender should give the reply.
And finally, another star could join them, such as indicates Premiere magazine, and it would be Kate Winslet. It’s Variety has the news, saying that which was revealed by Titanic is in negotiations to join the biopic about the creator of the iPhone. No confirmation yet, but if the British actress had confirmed his presence, the film would be one of the most challenging years ahead.
Kate Winslet returns to historical film
But the movie is not yet turned, and other surprises are not excluded. The biopic, which has not yet official title, will be directed by Danny Boyle, who gets the project after the abandonment of negotiations by David Fincher.
Until we see Kate Winslet in the adaptation of the life of Steve Jobs, will be found in March 2015 in a historical film genre in which she often illustrated successfully. In A Little Chaos, she will play opposite the Belgian actor Matthias Schoenaerts, in a story that will take place at the court of Louis XIV at Versailles
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