Aaron Sorkin’s Steve Jobs movie filling out cast with supporting roles

“Michael Stuhlbarg is joining Michael Fassbender and Seth Rogen on the Steve Jobs movie that Danny Boyle is directing for Universal Pictures,” Mike Fleming Jr. reports for Deadline.

“He’ll play the role of Andy Hertzfeld, the computer scientist and inventor who was part of the original Apple development team that came up with Macintosh Operating System,” Fleming reports. “The movie is being put into production next year by Universal, which took over the picture after Sony exited.”

Read more in the full article here.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Readers “Sarah” and “Lynn Weiler” for the heads up.]

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    1. Ouch! The pain of downvotes!

      (I wasn’t implying that Fassbender wasn’t suitable; it was just a sideways comment on all the actors that have come and gone in this role – it wouldn’t surprise me if he drops out.)

      Anyway, I’ll take my punishment like a mensch!

    1. Not to mention exiting the consumer tech innovation area they used to be known for. Even in their last bastion of pro broadcast gear there are plenty of alternatives now.

      What I found hard to forgive is their tendency to glacially and deliberately improve products in small calculated iterations so you would be forced to buy new cameras in the future. I still own a $5,000 Sony HD HDV camera from 2005 that could have easily done true 24p but was only designed for various interlaced formats. (I HATE INTERLACED VIDEO!!!)

      I remember how many were infuriated and incredulous by this at the time. This didn’t bode well for future Sony purchases or loyalty. And hasn’t.

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