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Ashton Kutcher's Incredible Steve Jobs Metamorphosis To Close Sundance!

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Ah-mazing!!

This isn't some retread of Michael Kelso from That '70s Show — it's a complete Ashton Kutcher transformation!!

From wardrobe and facial hair to specific gestures and poses, director Joshua Michael Stern literally sculpted his leading man into a young Steve Jobs!

jOBS chronicles one of the most beloved American innovators since Henry Ford and Sundance Film Festival just announced they intend to make it the closing film of their annual shindig in Utah.

Ch-ch-check out a mind-blowing the striking similarities between late-great computer guru and the artist formerly known as Demi Moore's lover…AFTER THE JUMP!!!

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The resemblance is uncanny!

Ashton and friends iTouch our hearts at Sundance on January 27, 2013.

[Image via Five Star Feature Films]

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5 comments to “Ashton Kutcher's Incredible Steve Jobs Metamorphosis To Close Sundance!”



  1. 1

    He looks like Ashton Kutcher playing Steve Jobs, you dumb homo. No transformation at all. The resemblance isn't perfect, and how hard do you suppose it is to dress an actor up in jeans and a shirt? You really are stupid, Mario.



  2. 2

    whoever casted Ashton Kutcher as Steve Jobbs should be fired immediately… he's way too much of a douche to play Steve Jobbs



  3. 3

    This is going to be right up there with Lohan playing Taylor..What a terrible casting choice.

  4. teeter totter says – reply to this


    4

    Would love to see a good movie about Steve Jobs, unfortunately I do not think this one will be it.

  5. dsp4 says – reply to this


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    Re: biabiawhyuactinlikea – Jobs was a douche too, so that's not an issue. The problem is with how they'll portray his life. I'm expecting a super romanticized version where he's an IT superhero who invented computers, the Internet, maybe even music!

    I hope I'm wrong though.