Open Road Films
This new trailer for "Jobs" is slightly groovier and less serious than the one released before -- and longer than the one released on Instagram, natch. This time around, the focus is more on Jobs's younger years, as he and Woz (Josh Gad) and their kooky crew start cooking up computers in Jobs's garage.
Macklemore's "Can't Hold Us" provides the soundtrack to Jobs's rise -- you know, "return of the Mack" and all that -- while The Who's "Teenage Wasteland" is a nice emotional bookend as Jobs fights to reclaim his company. We also get a meatier peek at Ashton's take on the older Jobs, in his traditional black shirt and jeans, and glimpses of his family life. Of note: There is 100 percent less shirtless and/or shoeless Kutcher, too.
Dermot Mulroney appears as Apple investor and one-time CEO Mike Markkula; Lukas Haas plays Daniel Kottke; and Matthew Modine shows up as former Apple CEO John Sculley.
"Jobs" arrives on August 16. Stay tuned for our interview with Kutcher next week.