The Sundance Film Festival “wrapped” at the weekend, with the announcement of this year’s awards, and the world premiere of the eagerly awaited jOBS, a biopic about Steve Jobs, the late founder of Apple.
Ashton Kutcher’s indie take on the life of Steve Jobs, titled jOBS, now has a distributor in Open Road Films and an April release. The Joshua Michael Stern-directed biopic will also close the Sundance Film Festival on Jan. 27.
Kutcher stars in “Jobs,” a biographical look at the career of Jobs from wayward hippie to charismatic inventor and entrepreneur, which Sundance said Monday will officially close the indie film festival.
Barack Obama visited Silicon Valley on Monday, where he had the opportunity to promote his $447 billion jobs bill.
The latest jobs numbers have propelled talk of a “Texas miracle” as Gov. Rick Perry continues to consider a run for the presidency. But Texas’ unemployment rate is higher than that of all four states bordering it — and it’s up slightly from last year.