The first full–length trailer for the forthcoming Steve Jobs movie has been revealed, a little more than a month since the first teaser clip hit the web.
Showing Michael Fassbender playing Jobs at various points in is career, from blazer–donning mogul in the early 1980s to the more familiar turtle–neck, jeans and John Lennon glasses incarnation of the 2000s, the clip gives the first indications of what we can expect from the full film.
The movie is notionally based around three launch events, starting with the Mac in 1984, moving onto the arrival of the NeXT computer in 1988 and finishing with the iPod in 2001.
However, we get a good look at some of the more dramatic points, focusing on Jobs’ infamous temper, his falling out with Apple co–founder Steve Wozniak and rumours about a child he did not admit was his until his final years.
As well as Fassbender as Jobs, the clip shows Kate Winslet in the role of Joanna Hoffman and Jeff Daniels as John Sculley, the man who infamously fired Jobs from Apple in the late 1980s.
Steve Jobs is due to hit UK cinemas on November 13th.