Movie of Steve Jobs will be on the real-time backstage 3 keynotes from Apple
As we reported a few months ago , Aaron Sorkin, writer of the hit television series The Newsroom and The West Wing, as well as Movies like A Few Good Men and The Social Network , is preparing the script of the biopic Steve Jobs.
Although the life of the controversial founder of Apple gives to many interesting moments that Sorkin might portray in the film, the writer revealed today that the structure of the film consist of only three blocks of 30 minutes each, which will show-time events that actually occurred in the backstage before the launch of Apple’s three key products: The first Macintosh, NeXT, and the first iPod.
While it may sound anticlimactic, Sorkin is famous for building their stories based on intense and quite lengthy dialogues. “It makes no sense to write about someone else to be imperfect,” said the writer, who had anticipated that his film was not going to be a standard biography which tracks the character chronologically from birth to death.Aaron Sorkin, Apple, Cinema, film geek, Movie, Movies, Steve Jobs