Friday, November 16, 2012

Well this is just going to suck

Screenwriter Aaron Sorkin, charged with turning Walter Isaacson's eponymous biography of Steve Jobs into a major motion picture for Sony, says the movie will consist solely of three scenes. Sorkin's plans for the movie were revealed during an interview at Newsweek's and The Daily Beast's Hero Summit in Washington, DC on Thursday.
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three scenes only, that all take place in real time," Sorkin explained, noting that each fictionalized scene would be about 30 minutes for both the audience and the characters in the film.

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