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Steve Jobs Biopic: Who Would Play The Young Apple Mastermind?

By Sabrina Rojas Weiss

Mere hours after the passing of Apple co-creator Steve Jobs, Deadline.com asked, “Will Hollywood Book Biopic of Steve Jobs?” Too soon? Maybe. But it does seem inevitable. Long before Mark Zuckerberg was making computer geekery the stuff of an Oscar-nominated hit, Jobs and Steve Wozniack were tinkering in a garage, Tom Edison-style, back in 1976.

Of course, that gets us dreaming up who could play Jobs as he prepares to revolutionize our lives — and we love picturing the great ’70s costumes and sets this movie would require. And yeah, we’re thinking out of the box a bit with this, but come along in this imaginative exercise, and then let us know your own suggestions in the comments below!

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The 10 Fab-est Things We Owe To Steve Jobs

“Remembering that you are going to die is the best way I know to avoid the trap of thinking you have something to lose. You are already naked. There is no reason not to follow your heart.” – Steve Jobs, Stanford University Commencement Speech, 2005

The world lost one of its most original visionaries, as Steve Jobs passed away yesterday at the age of 56. Like Edison, Gutenberg and Henry Ford all rolled into one, Jobs and his Apple Inc. gave us so many tools that we’ve almost come to take for granted in our everyday existence. The man improved our lives immeasurably and changed the way we think. His devices made the world a little smaller and a little closer.¬†In Steve’s memory, we’d like to give a FabLife salute and take a look at some of the many gifts he gave us in his much-too-short lifetime.

And yes, this is sent from our MacBook Pro.

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Steve Jobs Dead: World Reacts To Loss Of A Visionary

It would be hard to overstate how much Apple co-founder Steve Jobs¬†transformed our lives, from getting a mouse into our hands to introducing the touch screen, from how we listen to music to how we talk face-to-face on our mobile phones. In the end, Jobs definitely delivered on his “Think Different” advertising slogan. So it’s not surprising that celebs from every walk of life took to Twitter and Facebook like the rest of us to share their condolences upon hearing that he lost his battle to cancer at the age of 56. R.I.P. Steve.

Barack Obama
“Rest in peace, Steve Jobs. From all of us at #Obama2012, thank you for the work you make possible every day-including ours.”

Nicki Minaj
An innovator. Contributed so much to this generation & beyond. RIP Steve Jobs.

Shaunie O’Neal (More VH1 personalities react to Jobs’ death on The VH1 Blog)
RT @TheDailyLove: RIP Steve Jobs, we love you. Thank you for changing our world.

Bill Gates
“The world rarely sees someone who has had the profound impact Steve has had, the effects of which will be felt for many generations to come. For those of us lucky enough to get to work with him, it’s been an insanely great honor. I will miss Steve immensely.”

La La Vasquez
RIP Steve Jobs…praying for your family..thank YOU for all YOU’VE done to change our world and our way of thinking..

Kim Kardashian
Wow Steve Jobs died! He was a brilliant man!

Ashton Kutcher
“Design is not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works.”

?uestlove
“‘If I’d never took that single course, Mac woulda never had multi typefaces or proportionally spaced fonts’ – calligraphy student Steve Jobs”

Mark Zuckerberg via Facebook, of course
“Steve, thank you for being a mentor and a friend. Thanks for showing that what you build can change the world. I will miss you.”

Miley Cyrus
“Thank you for connecting all of us Mr. Jobs. RIP”

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