iSteve teaser trailer: buzzwords and awesome clichés


Alright, so Funny or Die is really doing this. The humour-based video site has made its own Steve Jobs movie based entirely on the late Apple founder’s Wikipedia page. The project will be the longest project by the site to date with a running time of 60 to 75 minutes.

The teaser trailer is essentially a collection of Apple buzzwords, Jobs’ melodramatic moments and an iFan product display presentation. It’s pretty cliché driven and not very serious at all so it is well on its way to being the funniest Steve Jobs biopic out there.

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Chronicling the life the Steve Jobs based on poor research and random claims, this is yet another biopic audiences will be able to see this year. In a New York Times interview earlier this year the film’s writer and director Ryan Perez said that though “silly” the film looks at Jobs’ whole life.

The script apparently took three days to conceptualize and write and the entire movie was shot in five days. The biopic stars Hollywood familiar face Justin Long as the Apple legend, along with James Urbaniak and Michaela Watkins as Bill and Melinda Gates.

The trailer is quite promising of things to come in the Funny or Die vein and come April 15 the world will see Steve Jobs like never before.

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