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Lost Steve Jobs Interview Is Coming To Select Theaters!

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Wow. We can't even begin to imagine how fascinating this must be.

A rare, 70 minute interview that Steve Jobs gave for PBS in the 1990s has been uncovered by the network, and in the light of his recent passing, will be turned into a feature film that will be out later in the month in select theaters around the country!

Apparently, only 10 minutes of the footage was used for Triumph of the Nerds, and now, after 20 years, Steve Jobs: The Lost Interview, will premiere on November 16th at Landmark Theaters in 19 cities!

We have a feeling that there is going to be some eerily prophetic insight into what he perceived the future of his company to be way back then!

Consider our tickets pre-ordered!

What do U think?? Will U check this out??

[Image via AP Images.]

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5 comments to “Lost Steve Jobs Interview Is Coming To Select Theaters!”



  1. 1

    Can't you post more appealing pictures of this man? It's like PETA posting a picture of you 4 years ago when you were completely disgusting for an phony award you received yesterday. Comon, have some respect for the man.

  2. 7tizz says – reply to this


    2

    Umm, why not just air it? You know…on public TV like they are? Why is PBS looking to make a profit off someone's death?



  3. 3

    they clearly were waiting for the minute he died to release this video and try to make a ton of money on it



  4. 4

    Re: adg100 – Right on. I'm not a Jobs or Apple fan but using an image like this is just wrong. Come on Mario.



  5. 5

    I guess his family needs more money; $10 BILLION is not enough!