These 63 seconds elliptical suggest Michael Fassbender in the famous black-necked sweater-rolled, became emblematic of the founder of Apple.
curtain raiser for the highly anticipated biopic Danny Boyle on the founder of Apple, Steve Jobs. Universal unveiled Sunday evening a short trailer 63 seconds. The opportunity finally to see Michael Fassbender, holder of the title character in the famous black-necked sweater-rolled, become emblematic of Steve Jobs.
The trailer is intended as enigmatic as the unusual format of the film Danny Boyle. Written by Aaron Sorkin, to whom we owe already, on the front of the new technologies, the story of the birth of Facebook with The Social Network David Fincher, Steve Jobs will split into three parts. Each will be focused around the launch of a flagship product of the Apple brand in 1998 and ended with the presentation of the iMac. “The first being the Mac, detailing Aaron Sorkin to the press. The second is NeXT, Steve Jobs after leaving Apple. And the third is the iPod. “
So the first images show the biopic Michael Fassbender back, looking at the huge conference room that stretches before him. As a dialogue succeed replicas of the film, made by different members of the distribution. “Two events have revolutionized the twentieth century: the Allied victory over the Nazis and this …” sings Michael Fassbender before adding “the musicians play instruments, I play the orchestra.” Then at the end of the trailer, the face of Michael Fassbender finally appears, lit with crackling flashes.
Inside the star of X Men and 12 Years a Slave met Kate Winslet, who plays Joanna Hoffman, Seth Rogen, who plays the former marketing manager of the firm Apple and Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak and Jeff Daniels, who plays the old Apple CEO John Sculley.
Scheduled to come out in the US on October 9, Steve Jobs has experienced a tumultuous genesis. Initially David Fincher would direct the film for Sony and reform the winning duo of The Social Network with Sorkin, but he threw in the towel. The film is spent at Universal who proposed to Danny Boyle ( Slumdog Millionaire ). The biopic also faced the defections of Christian Bale and Natalie Portman, eventually replaced by Michael Fassbender and Kate Winslet.
Before defending Steve Jobs , Michael Fassbender endorsed another legendary role. The Irish-German actor arrived Sunday on the Croisette, where he will present Saturday alongside Marion Cotillard, Macbeth Australian filmmaker Justin Kurzel, competing for the Palme d’Or.