The 'Steve Jobs' movie has officially wrapped production in San Francisco, California.
The extras casting director, Beau Bonneau Casting announced
on Facebook that the Steve Jobs biopic has just finished filming: "We’d like to give a big thanks to everyone who worked on the Steve Jobs film! After months of hard work, Production has officially wrapped & we couldn't be more excited to see the end results!" She continues, "As always, we’re looking forward to the next one!"
Beau Bonneau Casting
is looking for San Francisco Bay Area extras to work on the upcoming ‘Steve Jobs
‘ movie directed by Danny Boyle and starring Michael Fassbender.
Isaacson’s biography is being adapted for a movie developed by Aaron Sorkin (The Social Network
) and directed by Danny Boyle. The upcoming movie will focus on Jobs’ relationship with seven other characters, including cofounder Steve Wozniak,
former CEO John Sculley and Joanna Hoffman, Apple’s original head of Mac marketing. Michael Fassbender
will portray Jobs and Seth Rogen
will star as Steve Wozniak.
While Sony Pictures initially acquired the rights to the book from author Walter Isaacson, it later withdrew from the project, with Universal Studios picking up the film a week later. The upcoming ‘Steve Jobs
‘ movie centers around the 3 product launches of Apple in the 1980s and 1990s.
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