#Aaron Sorkin

Jeff Sneider:

Oscar winner Christian Bale is David Fincher’s choice to play Steve Jobs in the untitled movie that Aaron Sorkin has written for Sony, an individual familiar with the project has told TheWrap.

While Steve Jobs is a long way from Batman, Bale has been considered a prime contender to play the tech superhero since the project was first announced due to his physical resemblance to the Apple co-founder.

Bale has not been approached to play Jobs yet, as the actor is taking a brief break from the business to spend time with his family since wrapping the role of Moses in Ridley Scott’s “Exodus.” The Biblical epic is expected to have Bale back in the awards conversation.

I would fully endorse this casting choice. Not only is there a physical resemblance, some might say there’s a similar temperament as well.

Seeing as The Newsroom is one of the most “meh” shows of all time, this is the most “meh” news of all time. And naturally, the true lede was buried:

Specifically, Sorkin has been writing the script for a Steve Jobs biopic, which he has since turned in to Sony.

That, of course, is the biopic Aaron Sorkin has been writing based on Walter Isaacson’s book.

secondverse
secondverse:


Ultimately, the show is the worst possible vehicle for promulgating the values and beliefs that the core characters profess. With shrill, self-righteous friends like these, journalism doesn’t need enemies.

(via Maureen Ryan: ‘The Newsroom’ Review: Aaron Sorkin’s New HBO Show Gets Almost Everything Wrong)
Everything I was afraid of. Shit.

Oh noes. Say it ain’t so.

secondverse:

Ultimately, the show is the worst possible vehicle for promulgating the values and beliefs that the core characters profess. With shrill, self-righteous friends like these, journalism doesn’t need enemies.

(via Maureen Ryan: ‘The Newsroom’ Review: Aaron Sorkin’s New HBO Show Gets Almost Everything Wrong)

Everything I was afraid of. Shit.

Oh noes. Say it ain’t so.