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First official look at Ashton Kutcher as Steve Jobs

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In the battle of Steve Jobs biopics, there appears to be one clear winner. At least when it comes to speed.

Jobs, starring Ashton Kutcher as the tech mogul, will premiere at Sundance in January while the competing film, to be scripted by Aaron Sorkin, is still in pre-production.

We admit that Kutcher isn't an obvious choice from our end but, after some blurry behind-the-scenes pics, we finally have our first official look at him in the title role.

The biopic comes from Joshua Michael Stern, you know the guy who wrote Amityville: Dollhouse. Sorkin's rival project will apparently just focus on three scenes, played out in real time.

Jobs will close the Sundance Film Festival and will be released later in the year

[via Variety]

(Images: Rex Features)

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