Danny Boyle's 'Steve Jobs' has proved a major disappointment despite the backing of a major Hollywood studio and strong reviews; 'Jobs' was an indie film from a first-time producer, released in 2013.
Films inspired by recent major news stories -- such as the WikiLeaks-focused "The Fifth Estate," which will open the Toronto International Film Festival in two weeks -- have never numbered more or been turned around as quickly. READ MORE
The Steve Jobs biopic has been poorly reviewed and hit theaters with a whimper -- but influential industry audiences, including Academy members, have taken notice of the 32-year-old comedian's portrayal of Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak. READ MORE
After spending an hour praising the actor for his speech at the Teen Choice Awards, the conservative talker says: “I'm sure by the time he hears about this I will be the devil incarnate, but regardless, kudos to him." READ MORE
Defending the indie biopic, the actor-entrepreneur says the Apple co-founder's negative feedback partially is "connected" to his collaboration on Aaron Sorkin's big-budget studio treatment of Walter Isaacson's best-seller. READ MORE