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The Jobs trailer hits

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The initial announcement that Ashton Kutcher was playing Steve Jobs in a biopic was met with a fair amount of derision and after some mixed reviews at Sundance, it seems as if the naysayers might have had a point.

But the trailer has just dropped for Jobs and we can finally get a look at what we can expect from the controversial drama. It seems to span a great deal of his life from the early inception of Apple right through to the last days of his life.

What do you think? Looking forward to watching it on your iPad?

Jobs will be released in the US August 9 and later this year in the UK

(Image: All Star)

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