His new film “Jobs” his theaters Friday (August 16), and now Ashton Kutcher reveals what it felt like to become Apple, Inc. co-founder Steve Jobs.
During his interview with Parade magazine, the “No Strings Attached” hunk opened up about playing such an iconic character.
“I read a lot about Steve and watched interviews,” Mr. Kutcher explained. “Then I tried to get inside of his head; I found books he”d read and listened to his favorite musicians, like [Bob] Dylan.
He continued, “Steve was human he and made mistakes. I”ve made my fair share of those, so I can sympathize with him.”
In regards to what really surprised him about Mr. Jobs, Ashton said, “I found his level of discipline and focus to be outstanding.”
“And when I was reading the script, he cried a lot. As I started to read other things about him, I learned that he was a very emotional guy, sometimes almost irrationally emotional. That surprised me.”
For more on Mr. Kutcher”s Q&A session with the publication, visit Parade!