It looks like the beef's been settled!
The Trainwreck star posted:
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Well, this is inneresting!
Steve Jobs — the bio-pic about the late Apple founder — opens Friday and is already receiving some pretty favorable early reviews.
But this film almost didn't happen thanks in part to Laurene Powell Jobs, Steve Jobs' widow.
A source involved in making the film revealed that Laurene had been "trying to kill this movie" for quite some time, even going as far as contacting Leonardo DiCaprio and Christian Bale — who were both in talks for the role.
The source revealed:
Who did the better job of playing Jobs?
Although Michael Fassbender's newest flick Steve Jobs has yet to hit theatres, it has already received glowing reviews from critics alike.
In fact, many publications are praising the 38-year-old for his depiction of the technology icon.
While the Danny Boyle-directed film is looking like a surefire hit, it wasn't the first movie in recent years to portray the Apple CEO.
On Sunday, at the New York Film Festival, Fassbender couldn't help but take a jab at the Two and a Half Men star's flop!
When asked how he prepared for the role, the German-Irish hunk sarcastically responded:
"I studied Ashton Kutcher."
Regardless of who played the computer legend better, there is one thing we can all agree on…
Michael and Ashton are two very foxy men!
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Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials, Black Mass, Everest, Sicario and Captive all opened this weekend with all kinds of results.
The big winner this weekend was somewhat surprisingly the Dylan O'Brien-starring Maze Runner sequel that took the cake with $30.3 million.
Johnny Depp's Black Mass followed with $23.3 mil — though it did have the disadvantage of being rated R.
Even though Maze Runner did well, its number fell a bit short of analysts' projection for its three-day total.
It might also be seen as a slight disappointment as the original — which opened last year around the same date — took in $32.5. While this is consistent with last year's numbers, sequels generally look to have a bigger opening weekend as they hope to gain some popularity once they hit home video.
Even though Johnny Depp's flick didn't land in the top spot, it did mark the turning point for
Well… they can't all last!
We are sad to report that hot couple Michael Fassbender and Alicia Vikander are no more!
The Assassin's Creed actor and the Louis Vuitton muse have called it quits after nine months of dating.
The 38-year-old hunk and the 26-year-old actress met on the set of The Light Between Oceans and were last photographed in May at the Formula One Grand Prix in Monaco.
Miz Vikander most recently starred with Eddie Redmayne in the highly anticipated flick The Danish Girl while the German-born thespian played the title role in the soon-to-be released Steve Jobs.
In case you didn't know, Fassbender has had a history of dating his screen partners!
Not only did he date X-Men: First Class co-star Zoe Kravitz, he also hooked up with his Shame screen pal Nicole Beharie!
Nothing like a little workplace romance!
While we're sad Michael and Alicia are no longer together, let's face it… these two will be fine!
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It looks like Cate Blanchett has got some 'splaining to do!
It's been reported that the Carol actress is set to star as comedy legend Lucille Ball in an upcoming biopic!
The untitled film will be produced by Ball's children, Lucie Arnaz and Desi Arnaz Jr., and will follow the comedienne through her 20-year marriage with I Love Lucy co-star Desi Arnaz!
Set to pen the script is Aaron Sorkin, who is no stranger to big budget biopics. Sorkin won an Oscar for his Mark Zuckerberg script The Social Network, and he also has a Steve Jobs film coming out later this year!
Ball has previously been the subject of two TV movies — 2003's Lucy starring Rachel York, and 1991's Lucy & Desi starring Frances Fisher!
We don't want to get our hopes up, but we can smell the award buzz already!
This isn't the first movie based on the life of Apple Inc co-founder Steve Jobs. But based on the trailer, this looks like the version we've all been waiting for!
The teaser trailer of Universal's Steve Jobs (above) mostly includes audio from Michael Fassbender, who is playing the titular role of the famous inventor.
Check out the teaser to see Fassbender in Jobs's signature black turtleneck and glasses, and go see Steve Jobs in theaters October 9!
So many millions of dollars, so little time!
Apple CEO Tim Cook, who took over for Steve Jobs, recently revealed that he plans to do good things with his ca$$$h!
Cook is worth $112 million, and has another $665 million in restricted stocks, which he has been quietly donating, but now he's thinking bigger.
Like Microsoft magnate Bill Gates, Cook wants to set up something like the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to give money to many different charities! And he's also going to take care of his nephew's college tuition.
While many people criticized Jobs for not donating, his wife explained that he actually had been quietly donating for years.
This has us wondering…
Is It Better To Quietly Donate???
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