• Ashton Kutcher As Steve Jobs
  • Posted 18 months ago by staff · film · 8176 Views
  • Ahead of the premiere for the film Jobs at Sundance Film Festival in January, a new promotional photograph has been released depicting lead actor Ashton Kutcher bearing an uncanny resemblance to the former Apple CEO Steve Jobs, who the film is about. The film tells the true story of "one of the greatest entrepreneurs in American history" and chronicles 30 years of his life, says the synopsis. "Jobs is a candid, inspiring and personal portrait of the one who saw things differently."

    • Looks the part, shame he's a shit actor eh?
    • Chris Posted 18 months ago · 17 Reply
    • Can't wait to see this. Even with Ashton Kutcher I think it'll be great.
    • D0ff Posted 18 months ago · 5 Reply
    • In the meantime you can watch this: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0168122/ It was surprisingly good, although only a TV release. However, made in 1999 it only tells a half of Jobs's story!
    • Agnes Posted 18 months ago · 12 Reply
    • He just looks like Ashton Kutcher
    • emma Posted 18 months ago · 9 Reply
    • Steve Jobs' story will be the draw for people to see this film. It could have been cast with an unknown actor.
    • sandra Posted 16 months ago · 20 Reply
  • Elizabeth Price Awarded 2012 Turner Prize
  • 18 months ago · Art & Design · 1 Comment · 3740 Views
  • Tonight, actor Jude Law presented video artist Elizabeth Price with the 2012 Turner Prize at Tate Britain in London. The Yorkshire-born artist uses archival images, text and music to produce artworks based around our relationship...
  • Mama Shelter Marseilles by Philippe Starck
  • 18 months ago · Art & Design · 1 Comment · 4121 Views
  • Following from the success of his Paris location, designer Philippe Starck has opened a new Mama Shelter hotel in Marseille, France. Located at the intersection of three historic districts (Rue Langeron, Rue de la Loubière, and...
  • Submission Sunday
  • 18 months ago · Art & Design · 4 Comments · 4985 Views
  • "To speak about my feelings is very difficult for me. It has been natural to express myself through different mediums. I always need to do something," says 28-year-old French photographer Fanny Schlichter, who has now been a photographer for three years. Inspired by nature, Schlichter...