The first trailer for the Steve Jobs biopic has been released, six months before the movie is due to hit cinemas here in the UK.
The Aaron Sorkin–written, Danny Boyle–directed film is adapted from Walter Isaacson’s official biography of the Apple CEO, who died in 2011.
While the trailer thankfully keeps its cards to its chest regarding plot details, it's believed that the movie centres on the introduction of three Apple products: the first Mac in 1984, the NeXT computer in 1988 and the iPod in 2001.
We do get a look at Michael Fassbender in full Jobs get-up, though, as well as a chance to see him walk in front of a keynote crowd to the familiar greeting of whooping and hollering from assembled media.
There are also shots of Seth Rogen as Steve Wozniak, Kate Winselt as Joanna Hoffman and Jeff Daniels as Jobs–usurping Apple CEO John Sculley.
Steve Jobs is out in the UK on November 13th. It hits cinemas in the US on October 9th. Expect a longer trailer to appear over the summer.