Aaron Sorkin Christian Bale

We thought Christian Bale was a pretty solid choice to play Steve Jobs in Danny Boyle’s upcoming movie, but it turns out we weren’t half as excited as writer Aaron Sorkin is. Calling Bale “the best actor on the board in a certain age range,” Sorkin expressed his confidence that Bale would “crush it” as the late tech guru — in a role that is particularly difficult, and present in every single moment of the film.

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David Fincher was attached to make the Steve Jobs film scripted by Aaron Sorkin, and he wanted Christian Bale to star. Fincher eventually dropped out, and Bale was never signed to play the lead role. Danny Boyle came on to direct and set his sights on Leonardo DiCaprio. But that starring deal never got signed, and now Boyle has turned back to Bale. Sony is in talks with Christian Bale to star in the Steve Jobs movie, and that is part of a new wrinkle for another film Bale has been attached to in the past few months. Read More »

The Newsroom Season 3 Teaser Trailer
HBO released a second teaser trailer for season 3 of The Newsroom attached to season the series finale of True Blood. The new teaser shows the cast and crew setting up in front of the camera right before “action” is called and the cameras begin to roll. Watch The Newsroom Season 3 teaser trailer now embedded after the jump.

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Aaron Sorkin Flash Boys

The last time Scott Rudin had a Michael Lewis adaptation on his hands, he got Aaron Sorkin to help turn it into a critically acclaimed hit. So now that he’s got another Lewis adaptation in the works, he’s naturally bringing Sorkin back on board.

The Oscar-nominated scribe is in talks to pen Flash Boys, based on Lewis’ bestseller about high-frequency trading on Wall Street. Which sounds like kind of a dense, dull topic, but then so did sabermetric analysis before Rudin and Sorkin made it look interesting in Moneyball. Hit the jump for more details.

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Leonardo DiCaprio Steve Jobs movie

At one point the Aaron Sorkin-penned Steve Jobs film might have been directed by David Fincher. Unfortunately, Fincher never took the gig due to disagreements over salary and control. That leaves the high-profile project wide open for a director willing to take on the job. Now, Sony may have locked down a very awards-friendly filmmaker: Danny Boyle is now in talks to direct the film. Furthermore, it looks like his star may end up being Leonardo DiCaprio. Steve Jobs doesn’t seem like the most likely role for DiCaprio, but it’s certainly a box-office friendly choice. Read More »

Aaron Sorkin's The Foodroom

The latest episode of Inside Amy Schumer includes an incredible parody of a faux Aaron Sorkin television series The Foodroom.

In the latest drama from Aaron Sorkin, the manager of a fast food restaurant defends his old-school ways against the increasing pressure to offer healthy options.

The Good Wife/Sports Night star Josh Charles plays J.J. MacAhoy, a patriotic fast-food restaurant manager. Amy Schumer plays a fast-food employee who has a realization that echos a common complaint about Sorkin’s The Newsroom. Watch Aaron Sorkin’s The Foodroom television parody embedded after the jump.
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David Fincher

When David Fincher was first announced as the likely director for the Aaron Sorkin-scripted Steve Jobs movie, there was some dissent as to how firm or even likely the deal was. Now the deal is dead, because Fincher wants too much control, or too much money. Or perhaps both. Read More »

Christian Bale Steve Jobs

David Fincher will only direct the Aaron Sorkin-scripted Steve Jobs biopic if Oscar-winner Christian Bale plays the lead role. That’s what The Wrap is reporting this afternoon. Fincher has been in talks to direct the film, which reportedly centers on three key keynote addresses in Jobs’ life. In a meeting with the head of Sony Pictures, Amy Pascal, the Fight Club director said he’d only do the film if Batman himself took on the role. Read More »

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