The second official trailer of ‘Steve Jobs’ starring Michael Fassbender and Kate Winslet is out, and after watching it we’re sure it is nothing like what we’ve seen before! The intriguing trailer not only raises our anticipation, but also puts an end to the constant comparisons between it and the previously released film Jobs starring Ashton Kutcher.
The film will show a more personal side of Apple’s mastermind Steve Jobs, touching the untold parts of his life with his wife and daughter. The trailer very smoothly shows the rise and fall of the entrepreneur and his transition from being a man to becoming a father. The trailer focuses on Michael and Kate’s performance which is a driving factor as both the actors have done a stupendous job from what we see.
The dramatic dialogues are something we look forward to. In the previous first look trailer, one of the dialogues that caught our attention was, “I love that you don’t care how much money a person makes. You care what they make. But what you make isn’t supposed to be the best part of you.” A part of which we heard in this trailer as well. Steve Jobs 2015 will see the business tycoon getting in touch with his parental side.
German-Irish actor and producer Michael Fassbender is a critically acclaimed actor who has worked in numerous films like X-Men: First Class, X-Men: Days of Future Past, Prometheus, 12 Years a Slave, Inglorious Basterds and The Counselor amongst others has undergone a complete makeover for his avatar as Steve Jobs. Shedding the muscular look, the actor has maintained a lean and simple look for the biopic.
As soon as the first video was released, naturally the comparisons between Michael Fassbender and Ashton Kutcher began to create a rage over the Internet. This trailer however will surely put an end to those comparisons. Released in 2013, Jobs is the film again based on Steve Job’s life, which has created a benchmark already. With the new cast and director Danny Boyle’s credibility, it’ll be awaited to see what difference their film on Steve Job’s life makes. The film is set to release on October 9, 2015 in US.
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