Mar 042014
 

Quatre ans après le triomphe de The Social Network, Fincher et Sorkin pourraient remettre ça pour le biopic de Steve Jobs.Grande nouvelle, d'après The Hollywood Reporter : David Fincher (qu'on ne présente plus : Seven, Fight Club, L'étrange histoire de Benjamin Button, Millenium…) pourrait réaliser le biopic de Steve Jobs pour Sony, inspiré de la très populaire biographie de Walter Isaacson. Le studio avait lancé le projet dès octobre 2011, peu de temps après la mort du créateur d'Apple. …

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