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Ashton Kutcher’s role as the late Steve Jobs in jOBS will be viewable to all when it hits theaters in April.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the Joshua Michale Stern-directed film will make its worldwide debut at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this month.
"jOBS is certain to resonate with audiences, and we are thrilled to partner with Five Star Feature Films to bring this film to theaters," Tom Ortenberg, CEO of Open Road says.
“We set out to find the perfect partners to present jOBS to audiences worldwide, and we feel we have found one with Open Road. They were as impressed as we were with Ashton Kutcher's inspiring and unforgettable performance as Steve Jobs and are excited to distribute the picture in the U.S," notes Mark Hume.
Jobs, the iconic creator and co-founder of Apple, died in October 2011 following serious health battles which ranged from pancreatic cancer to a liver transplant.
Dermot Mulroney, James Woods, Matthew Modine and Josh Gad star alongside Kutcher in the biopic.