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'Jobs' Biopic Starring Ashton Kutcher Now Available In The iTunes Store

'Jobs' Biopic Starring Ashton Kutcher Now Available In The iTunes Store

November 27, 2013
"Jobs" is now available from the popular digital media store developed by the same company built by the movie's title character. Having just been released on home media, the Steve Jobs biopic starring Ashton Kutcher may now be purchased or rented in digital form from Apple's iTunes Store. The film's SD version costs $14.99 to own or $3.99 to rent, while its HD version may be bought for $19.99 or rented for $4.99. The movie's iTunes Store page reads:
Ashton Kutcher is Steve Jobs, the iconic Apple innovator and groundbreaking entrepreneur. This inspiring and entertaining film chronicles Jobs' early days as a college dropout to his rise as the co-founder of Apple Computer Inc. and forced departure from the company. More than a decade later, Jobs returns and single-handedly sets a course that will turn the once-tiny startup into one of the world's most valuable companies. His epic journey blazes a trail that changes technology — and the world — forever. JOBS is a riveting story of a true America visionary, a man who let nothing stand in the way of greatness. Co-starring Dermot Mulroney, Josh Gad, J. K. Simmons and Matthew Modine.
If you can't see the video embedded above, please click here. "Jobs" comes with several bonus features bundled as iTunes Extras, including "Deleted Scenes," "Ashton Kutcher is Steve Jobs," "The Legacy of Steve Jobs," and "Jobs: Behind The Score." Distributed by Open Road Films, “Jobs” is directed by Joshua Michael Stern from a screenplay by Matt Whiteley. Released last Aug. 16 to mostly negative reviews, "Jobs" ended up being a commercial failure as well as a critical one. The film earned an estimated $6.7 million during its opening weekend, less than the $8 million to $9 million yield expected by Open Road Films. "Jobs" is also now available in Blu-ray and DVD formats for $23 and $18, respectively.

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