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In honor of portraying the late tech mogul Steve Jobs in upcoming biopic jOBS, Ashton Kutcher tweeted a mind-blowing image.
The doctored image is comprised of half of Jobs’s face, and half of Kutcher’s face. Kutcher tweeted the image, with the caption, “Thank you Sundance for your support of Jobs.”
Thank you Sundance for your support of Jobs twitter.com/aplusk/status/…
— ashton kutcher (@aplusk) January 26, 2013
Entertainment Weekly reports the film premiered at Sundance last week, and will open in theaters on April 19. The film has gotten mixed reviews thus far, with some critics calling it a one-sided depiction of Jobs’ life, and others enjoying the film.
Owen Gilberman of Entertainment Weekly was a viewer impressed by the film, and with Kutcher’s performance.
“Watching jOBS, with its basic warts-and-all accuracy and unsweetened, killer-shrewd performance by Ashton Kutcher (who was obviously cast because he looks like Jobs, but who bites into the role with his incisors), I was surprised, and often riveted, by what a starkly honest portrait it is," Gilberman wrote in his review.
Can you tell which side of the face is Kutcher and which side is Jobs?
jOBS hits theaters on April 19.
Photo courtesy of twitter