Ashton Kutcher Acts as Steve Jobs

Ashton Kutcher Acts as Steve Jobs

Ashton Kutcher Acts as Steve Jobs

(Los Angeles) – Ashton Kutcher may be best known for his goofier comedy roles in “That ’70s Show” and “Two and a Half Men,” but the actor takes a rare dramatic turn in new film “Jobs” as visionary Apple co-founder Steve Jobs. Kutcher, 35, who bears a strong physical resemblance to a young Jobs with his wavy dark hair and brown eyes, told that as a fan of Jobs’ work, he was surprised when learning details about the Apple CEO’s life.
“When I read the script, Steve was a guy that I really admired, and he was not always being shown in the best light, and I was a little taken aback. I really admire who he is and what he’s done. I want to in some ways protect the legacy of a guy that I admire,” Kutcher said. “I also had the challenge of playing a guy who very much is still in the zeitgeist … I had to play the guy that became the guy that everybody remembers,” he added.
“Jobs,” directed by Joshua Michael Stern, outlines 30 defining years of Apple’s co-founder, who revolutionized the way people listen to music with the iPod and home computers with the Apple Macintosh. Jobs, who helped build Apple Inc into one of the world’s most recognizable brands, died in 2011 aged 56 after battling pancreatic cancer.

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