We heard murmurs of another film based on Steve Jobs' life emerging around the time we got word of the Ashton Kutcher-starring film coming out. This film was written by "The Newsroom" and "The Social Network" scribe Aaron Sorkin. Up to this point, there has been no director attached but now a very prominent name has been tossed in the mixed.
David Fincher, known for such gems as "The Fight Club" and "Se7en", has reportedly read the script. He of course worked with Sorkin on "The Social Network", as well as producer Scott Rudin, who is also producing this film, so it does feel like a pretty seamless fit.
Fincher's next project is the dramatic mystery "The Gone Girl", starring Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike, which is based on the best-selling novel. He always adds a distinctive and cool style to everything he touches, one of the most innovative filmmakers of this generation. I would love to see the collaboration of this incredible trio, around one of the most influential men of this millennium.
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