The script Aaron Sorkin is crafting for a film about Steve Jobs will be comprised of just three scenes, the Academy Award-winning screenwriter said Thursday.

The scenes will all take place backstage before three of Jobs’ most important product launches: the original Macintosh; NeXT, which was the start-up Jobs created after leaving Apple; and the iPod.

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    Y’know, the three-scene idea is actually a pretty interesting way to breathe life into a really tired biopic formula....
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    *groan* Oh boy, super stoked for a smug movie about smugness.
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    This sounds horribly talkative and esoteric and self-righteous and full of smartassery and dammit I may actually go see...
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    Zzzzzzzzz … suddenly the Ashton Kutcher-starring Steve Jobs movie is beginning to sound a lot more interesting. Sorkin...
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