Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Steve Jobs biopic chronicles: San Francisco began shooting scenes presentation of the first iMac

In San Francisco are shooting a new film about the legendary Apple founder Steve Jobs.The film will consist of three half-hour of scenes from different periods of the life of Steve Jobs . This week's scene was shot presentation «Back on Track», which introduced the first businessman computer iMac.
Хроники джобсовского байопика: в Сан-Франциско начались съемки сцены презентации первого iMac

Source published photos of the center, decorated in the style of the 90s. In the exhibition center posters with the old Apple logo and the slogan "Think Different" . The author of this phrase is Ken Segal, director of the studio Media Arts Lab TBWA, which over the years has worked Apple. Steve Jobs introduced the first one-piece computer May 6, 1998.
Series iMac initially popular. In a compact body were collected 15-inch monitor and all system components, including the drive SuperDrive CD / DVD c slot-loading. Buyer only had to connect the keyboard and mouse. Model in 1999 was the first in which Apple has refused nests ADB, GeoPort and SCSI and replace them with universal and common today USB. In addition, Mac no longer contain the floppy disk drive.
The role of Steve Jobs biopic Universal plays Michael Fassbender, and the role of Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak - Seth Rogen. Kate Winslet will play one of the developers of Macintosh Joanna Hoffman and Jeff Daniels play Apple former CEO John Sculley.
The film was directed by Danny Boyle , and the script was written by Aaron Sorkin. Biopic based on the book "Steve Jobs" by Walter Isaacson, the rights to which even in 2011 bought the company Sony. The project has long been in development. On the role of Steve Jobs considered Leonardo DiCaprio and Christian Bale, but both eventually abandoned. Initially, it was also assumed that the film will be directed by David Fincher. In November 2014 Sony abandoned the idea to film the book Isaacson, and the project was soon moved to Universal.