Ashton Kutcher Premiere’s ‘Jobs’ In New York City

August 8th, 2013 // 1 Comment

Actor Ashton Kutcher hit the red carpet last night (August 07, 2013) in New York City for the premiere of Jobs. In the film, Kutcher plays Apple founder Steve Jobs, the technology guru who died on Oct. 5, 2011, from pancreatic cancer.

Kutcher, who showed up without his love Mila Kunis, who is still busy filming Jupiter Ascending with Channing Tatum, was later joined by co-star Josh Gad and director Joshua Michael Stern.

What would Kutcher ask Jobs if he could have dinner with him? 

“Nothing,” Kutcher told USA Today.

He was kidding of course. “Steve Jobs was a brutally honest guy. He just wanted you to be better at whatever it was. I’d try to explain to him the things that I’m trying to achieve and get his honest feedback. And I think he, unlike most people, wouldn’t be afraid to tell me.”

The film opens on August 16, 2013. Launch the gallery to check out photos from the New York City premiere.

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By Michael Prieve
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  1. I think it’s wonderful that Ashton will star as the late Steve Jobs in the movie “Jobs”. According to a Forbes.com article he is credited with creating thousands of opportunities for Americans and other abroad. In a company-funded study in March, Apple claimed credit for creating or supporting more than 500,000 U.S. jobs. That includes 47,000 U.S. Apple employees (out of a global staff of 70,000), with 13,000 engineering jobs in Cupertino, 27,350 retail workers and a large support team in Austin, Tex. It also counted 210,000 jobs created by companies developing iOS products for the iPhone and iPad. There are another 257,000 jobs at nine suppliers in the U.S. working on its behalf, including Corning, Texas Instruments, Samsung, Fairchild Semiconductor and RF Micro Devices—as well as the drivers at UPS and FedEx who deliver Apple products to customers. A great resource for unemployed people seeking these types of opportunities is granted.com. They have several hundred thousands jobs in the technology arena listed.

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