Steve Jobs Biopic To Hit Theaters In April

Steve Jobs Biopic To Hit Theaters In April
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For those of you who are anxiously awaiting the upcoming Ashton Kutcher-starring Steve Jobs biopic, jOBS… we have some good news!

According to The Hollywood Reporter, jOBS — directed by Joshua Michale Stern– has closed a distribution deal with Open Road Films, and is expected to hit theaters in April!

This news comes in addition to last month’s reports that the film would be officially premiering at Sundance on closing night, January 27th.

jOBS brings us closer into the life of one of the most compelling figures in tech history, Steve Jobs, and chronicles his journey from college dropout to CEO of arguably the greatest tech company of all time!

Ashton Tyler | Elite. 

Photo Credit: Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images

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