After the death of Apple's Steve Jobs on Wednesday night, it didn't seem like it would take long for Hollywood to adapt his iconic life for the big screen. And it probably won't. Deadline reports that Sony is in talks to acquire the feature film rights to 'Steve Jobs,' the upcoming authorized biography on the late Apple co-founder. Written by former CNN chairman and Time Magazine managing editor Walter Isaacson, 'Jobs' will hit shelves on Nov. 21. If the deal goes through, Mark Gordon will produce the feature film. [Deadline]
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