“Jobs” was scheduled to be released on 19th April 2013 in conjunction with tech giant Apple’s 37th anniversary. But we hear that the April date has now been scrapped. We also hear whispers that it’s because Ashton Kutcher’s (who plays Steve Jobs in the biopic) performance wasn’t quite up to par.
However, other sources have quickly jumped in to say that the delay is really because of the timing. Some said that it was too soon and that the marketing materials couldn’t be put together fast enough while others commented, “The campaign just needs more time. April was too ambitious. They’ll move it to later in the year, and a new release date’s coming soon”.
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“Jobs” actually debuted at Sundance this year though. The movie, produced by Mark Hulme, received mixed reviews at Sundance and perhaps that’s the reason why they think it’s not good enough to launch just yet?
Nevertheless, we really, really do want to watch it so bad.