Does that look like Steve Jobs to you?

Five Star Institute is hoping it will, but that’s not the most important question. The most important, is whether Ashton Kutcher will actually make a believable Steve Jobs beyond the cosmetic layers.

Isn’t that the real worry for Jobs: Get Inspired? That this movie about a recent monumental figure will be plagued by the third of two and a half men? That there will be an inescapable television quality to the whole thing? With Kutcher in the lead and Swing Vote director Joshua Michael Stern at the helm, it seems like an icon like Apple’s former CEO deserves a lot better.

Check out the pictures alongside the source and judge for yourself:

Source: TMZ

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