Ashton Kutcher was quick to sign on for the plum role of Steve Jobs after the Apple co-founder died last October, from pancreatic cancer, at age 56. Now the first clip of the upcoming biopic, "jOBS," is here. In it, Kutcher looks remarkably like the technology guru, hirsute appearance and all, as he converses with actor Josh Gad, who plays Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak (you'll recognize Gad from all of those cheeky "1600 Penn" previews).
"jOBS," which follows the life of the Apple founder over 30 years, is set to premiere at Sundance Film Festival this weekend. It's scheduled for theater release on April 19.
What do you think, readers? Will you watch "jOBS," or would you rather wait for the yet-to-be-named Aaron Sorkin project to come out? Sound off in the comments below, and scroll through our slideshow of other amazing onscreen actor-to-icon transformations below. »
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