Ashton Kutcher can thrive for nabbing the role of Steve Jobs in "jOBS" biopic. The 34-year-old actor recently shared a combined photo of himself and the late Apple co-founder to prove how they both were almost identical.
The black-and-white photo shows half of star's face and half of Steve's. The resemblance is a perfect match for the look of the iconic figure during his older days, complete with his round-framed spectacles as well as gray hair, beard and mustache.
Kutcher dedicated the photo to the 2013 Sundance Film Festival, where the movie premiered for the first time. He gave a shout out for the fest along with the pic, "Thank you Sundance for your support of Jobs."
"jOBS" will be released in the U.S. on April 19.
A few days ago a first clip from the anticipated Steve Jobs biopic was revealed featuring Ashton Kutcher arguing in a parking lot about his idea to mass produce computers.
The first clip of Ashton Kutcher as Steve Jobs features him a bit Nerdy yet enthusiastic.
At the Sundance Film Festival, Kutcher told The Associated Press that he adopted Job's fruit diet for the role but he was hospitalized as a result.
"I ended up in the hospital two days before we started shooting the movie, pancreas levels were completely out of whack," Said Kutcher.
Kutcher also watched hundreds of hours of footage and speeches from the tech genius and shares his passion for digital technologies.
Kutcher said that playing the tech genius "was one of the most terrifying things I've ever tried to do in my life."
The film features at closing-night film at Sundance Festival and it follows Jobs' early life and career, documenting his meteoric rise from college dropout to tech god. The film focuses on his development of the Macintosh personal computer and, later, the iPod.
"Jobs" comes to theaters on April 19 via Open Road, although no official trailer has been released yet.
They have launched their career together in the hit sitcom "That 70s Show" as teen lovers on screen.
But who knew that after all these years and a notorious divorce with the iconic Demi Moore that Ashton Kutcher would take a chance with Mila Kunis his 14 year old co- star back in the days.
Mila Kunis who has now evolved into a gorgeous young woman and Ashton Kutcher were spotted canoodling on camera.
The new couple snuggled and kissed celebrating the wrap up of his anticipated Steve Jobs biopic, posted sfexaminer.com
Ashton and Mila seem to be lying low with their new romance possibly to ease it up on his ex-wife Demi Moore who suffered a break down after a sudden separation between her and her much younger partner.
Young actress Ahna O'Reilly was chosen for the lead female role in the film "Jobs" and she will marry the founder of the "Apple" company, Steve Jobs - played by Ashton Kutcher.
"Nina People" reported the actress was chosen for the role of Steve's first wife, in the film about his life.
The film will commemorate the memory of the late technology mogul, and Joshua Michael Stern will direct it.
Jobs passed away in October 2011, after a battle with cancer. He won an honorary Grammy after his death, for all his technological contribution to music.
American star Ashton Kutcher was chosen to play the technology tycoon, Steve Jobs, the man behind Apple, in a new film.
Ashton will play Steve in a new Hollywood project about the famous man's life, as reported by "Variety."
The film will be tiled "Jobs" to commemorate the memory of the leader of one of the world's top selling technology companies.
Joshua Michael Stern will direct the anticipated Jobs' biopic.
Jobs passed away recently after a long battle with cancer, and he won an honorary Grammy for his contribution to the music industry through the brilliant innovations he achieved creating iTunes and the iPod.