A Slew of New Images Paint a Glorious Portrait of Danny Boyle & Aaron Sorkin’s ‘Steve Jobs’

The fall movie season is here, finally. What does that mean? It means we’ll be getting handfuls of hard-hitting dramas and award-pushing films for the next few months. One of those, which might just be right at the top of the list, is the Aaron Sorkin penned and Danny Boyle directed Steve Jobs. Starring Michael Fassbender as the computer innovator, Steve Jobs is set to give us a much different style of story.

The film will follow just three scenes which are set before three major product launches, and they’ll all play out in real time. As for what those scenes are? You’ll just have to go watch it to find out. And that’s something you must do, because early reviews for the film are pretty much through the roof.

Now hot off the heels of those early reviews, the studio has released a big batch of images to continue and even build more anticipation for the highly looked forward to film. Check them out below, as they feature Seth Rogen, Kate Winslet, Jeff Daniels, Michael Stuhlbarg and Katherine Waterston all alongside Fassbender as Jobs, as well as director Danny Boyle and writer Aaron Sorkin.

For some odd reason, even though I know it’s going to be pretty flawless, I haven’t been out of my mind excited for this film as many, many others have been. Not only is the cast just remarkable, but it’s a script from Aaron Sorkin! Like, come on? But as the film has been drawing closer, I’ve slowly been becoming much more excited about it. I don’t know a whole lot about all that went down between Jobs and Apple, but I’m now very interested in finding out. Plus, how can I not walk into a theater excited about seeing a character drama with this kind of cast?

Steve Jobs is released on October 9th, 2015. Directed by Danny Boyle starring Michael Fassbender, Kate Winslet, Seth Rogen, Jeff Daniels, Michael Stuhlbarg, and Katherine Waterston.

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