Pics reveal Kutcher as Steve Jobs

Last updated 09:37 15/05/2012
Ashton Kutcher and Steve Jobs
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PUSHED: The release date for the Steve Jobs biopic staring Ashton Kutcher has been delayed.

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This post was originally published on Mashable.

Photographs of actor Ashton Kutcher dressed up as late Steve Jobs have emerged, giving the world a first glimpse of how Kutcher will look in the upcoming independent film about the former Apple CEO.

TMZ posted the images taken on a movie set in Los Angeles, showing Kutcher wearing Jobs's iconic attire including a black turtleneck, blue jeans and tennis shoes. Filming for the flick - tentatively titled Jobs: Get Inspired - began in this month.

Producer Mark Hulme recently told tech website Neowin that the biopic will come out in the last quarter of 2012 and will focus on "the early years of Apple, its founding and the up and down years."

Kutcher, who stars in CBS's Two and a Half Men, previously played roles on Fox's That '70s Show and films such as The Butterfly Effect, No Strings Attached, Valentine's Day and Dude, Where's My Car.

Sony Pictures is working on a separate movie based on Walter Isaacson's biographical book of Jobs, who had pancreatic cancer and died Oct. 5.

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