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‘jOBS : Get Inspired’ Movie Star Ashton Kutcher To Attend Macworld On January 31

The movie jOBS : Get Inspired is going to be released in April and its initial premiere will be at Sundance Film Festival this month. To promote the movie, American actor Ashton Kutcher and Josh Gad are going to attend Macworld/iWorld conference in San Francisco and will talk about their experience portraying Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak.


Ashton Kutcher and Josh Gad Representing Steve Jobs And Steve Wozniak

After the demise of Apple’s co-founder and tech genius Steve Jobs, he has been hailed as the true face of Silicon Valley and of tech entrepreneurship. Later we came to know that American actor Ashton Kutcher was chosen to act in “jOBS: Get Inspired” representing late Apple mastermind Steve Jobs’ biopic, Josh Gad representing another co-founder of Apple Inc, Steve Wozniak.

Ashton Kutcher With Josh Gad

The film jOBS: Get Inspired will shed new light on Steve Jobs’ most defining and personal moments, motivations, and the people that drove him. Besides, the film will cover Steve Jobs’ early years to an impressionable youth, initial success and infamous ousting and many more.

The conference Macworld/iWorld is going to begin at Moscone Center West in San Francisco from January 31 to February 2. Both Ashton Kutcher and Josh Gad will attend a session titled “Playing Steve & Woz” in room 2005 at 9 a.m. on Thursday, January 31 at the Macworld/iWorld in San Francisco in order to promote the movie. They will discuss their experiences about portraying Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak. Musician Will.iam and Intel’s Brain David Johnson will also attend the event at 11:00 am on the same day. Fred Armisen, of Portlandia and Saturday Night Live, will also be present. Both sessions are open to any attendee with an iFan Pass.

Source: Macworld

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