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Siri recruits James Woods for iMovie on Steve Jobs

Siri recruits James Woods for iMovie on Steve Jobs

Thesps of prestige have joined Ashton Kutcher on “Jobs”, the Steve Jobs biopic currently shooting in Los Angeles.

Joining Kutcher, Josh Gadd, Matthew Modine and Dermot Mulroney in the Joshua Michael Stern-directed picture are James Woods (“Coma”), Ron Eldard (“E.R”), John Getz (“The Fly”) and screen legend Lesley Anne Warren (“Color of Night”).

Says THR :

Eldard will play Apple designer Rod Holt, while Getz and Warren play Jobs’ adoptive parents. Woods will portray Jack Dudman, Jobs’ former dean of students at Reed College in Oregon.

The movie tells of Jobs enthusiastic, dream-big younger years to his rise at the head of Apple and his battle with personal demons.

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