Check Out the Poster for the Upcoming Steve Jobs Movie [Image]

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Check out the poster for the upcoming Steve Jobs movie starring Ashton Kutcher, shared by Moviefone.

The poster features a close up shot of Ashton Kutcher (Steve Jobs) depicted in psychedelic colors with the words "SOME SEE WHAT'S POSSIBLE, OTHERS CHANGE WHAT'S POSSIBLE" written along the bottom.

Kutcher is utterly transformed into late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs in the colorful new poster (below). Sporting Jobs's signature round-framed glasses and beard, the actor certainly looks the role. The film tells the turbulent story of Jobs, as he blazed a trail that changed technology -- and the way we communicate –- forever.

The movie will be released August 16th. You can check out the trailer here.

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jeffreywilliam - June 3, 2014 at 2:37am
For me the poster print alone is more than an artwork. This is cool, where to obtain original poster of this? Do they also allow this for reproductions, If so I will have this one printed at DigitekSF into canvas format, see link to know about this print shop. But before that, need confirmation if this is possible for reprint and for personal use.
Funny... - July 4, 2013 at 4:46pm
To ratG. You like to sound educated but the truth is its not your education that represents you, its your stupidity that represents you. I can see your feet havent touched the ground in awhile because you have a pole so far up your ass. Its funny too that you didnt even give an opinion about the subject matter. it was just to attack me. Tell you what, ill forgive you for the stupid fucing reply and overlook the fact you are just a spoiled white boy who needs approval by putting people down over the internet but not to their face cuz ur a fucing pussy. Am i in the ball park? Listen dick you can disagree but do it with respect. Little peices of shi' like you need a reality check. And I'd love to give it to you in person. Fucing assh0le.
The Voice Of Reason - July 4, 2013 at 10:36pm
Dude!!!! A bit of an overreaction, don't you think? Yes ratG was condescending and smug, but don't blow a gasket, huh? Your point was well made though. Even though I've been using Apple products since the first Macintosh 512kb, I've never understood the whole "fanboy" phenomenon, or certainly this glorification of Steve. He did do incredible things with the company, in terms of growth and profits, but he did so by being a shrewd and ruthless businessman... not really by being a nice guy or having the most honorable business ethics in the world. So I too am baffled by all these people that act as if he was their personal friend. As to the Gates vs. Jobs issue further down the thread, even though I think Windows is crap one cannot deny that Gates had a much bigger impact on the world of computing. I just think that in any case we should all remember that corporations are in business to make profits, so we should never glorify them or give them mindless allegiance. I think it's funny that so many people nowadays think that just because a CEO has a Facebook page, or a Twitter account, or a publicised email address (steve@apple.com), that he really gives a $hit about us a consumers... beyond the tolerable range of the bell curve. If people take the time to cruise the discussion boards at Apple, they'll find countless issues that have remained unresolved for months (or even years) simply because they don't affect "enough" people. Is that honourable? Nope.
samsuck shit pee v - July 4, 2013 at 3:23pm
ehh, if they can pull this off, I'll see it!
Funny... - July 3, 2013 at 4:44pm
Dude....enough about Steve Jobs. I know he is smart an all but he gets way too much damn credit for apple. People treat him like he made the iphone by hand himself. Dont get me wrong he is smart but bill gates does the same shit and doesnt even get treated close to how people treat jobs as a god. Its crap.
ratGT - July 3, 2013 at 5:29pm
No, Jobs shouldn't be treated like God, but dude, based on your comparison of Jobs with Gates, I understand that this whole "tech history" or "tech legacy" discussion is totally way out of your league... It's best that you go back to flaming wars of iPhone against Galaxy and leave these kind of discussions to other, more capable folks...
Wil8002 - July 3, 2013 at 6:01pm
Both Jobs and Gates both deserve recognition, I agree with that. But under Jobs leadership he turned apple into a tech giant. He also lead them to develop the IPhone which revolutionized the smart phone industry. I'd say that's a pretty big deal. While neither should be treated as gods, he definitely deserves the credit he is given, without his insight smart phones may not be what they are today, it wouldn't hurt to show a little respect for the man.
Just think! - July 3, 2013 at 10:27pm
Just think how much our lives would be changed even more had Jobs never got ousted from Apple in the first place. He is no God, but he is immensely responsible for changing the very fabric of our lives. And I mean that in a good way!
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