Who would have thought that the new star of “Two and a Half Men”, Ashton Kutcher, could embody one of the most innovative entrepreneurs of our time in Steve Jobs? Well, Director Michael Stern saw it and recruited Ashton to play the middle-aged Jobs in the new film “Jobs”. The independent film, written by Matt Whiteley, will also feature Josh Gad as Apple Computers co-founder, Steve Wozniak.
The film will tell the story of Steve Jobs going from a college drop-out to one of the most influential business men in the technological world. The movie is not set to go into the story of his iPhone/iPod era. There is a bigger budget film for Steve being discussed in addition to Michael’s rendition.
Will Ashton Kutcher be able to pull off the persona of one of the greatest inventors of all time? We will have to wait for the teaser to speculate further. The film is set to release in 2013.
As the summer is winding down and the amount of movies living up to their hypes only adding up to The Avengers and The Dark Knight Rises, James Bond decides to heat up the fall in Skyfall. Continue reading
J. Cole Released this “lift Off” sampled track this past friday titled The Cure.
Looking at the two trailers, you’ll see two of the same. Listen closely and you’ll notice why both trailers are completely different with a unique message. Continue reading
What would you do if someone you loved disappeared and mysteriously came back three years? There’s just one problem, you don’t believe that this returned loved one is actually who you knew. That is the true story behind Bart Layton’s film “Imposter”.
And We Present was able to get an exclusive listen to Leo Mondavi’s new EP “Close To Home”. Here is what Leo had to say about the project.
Download Leo Mondavi’s “Close To Home Ep” Here http://leomuse.bandcamp.com/album/close-to-home-ep
“Close to home” was produced and recorded in about 2-3 weeks in the same setting as my previous project “Heartbreak warfare”. This EP was designed specifically for the dreamers and/or the people who may be at the lowest point in their lives. It’s not just a depressing compilation of songs, it has its fun moments and humor lines as well.
It all started when I received a voicemail message in the middle of an April night from a girl that I almost developed a 2 year relationship with. I was asleep when I received the message, of course, and I didn’t discover it until we broke it off with each other a few weeks later while going through my voicemail. When I heard it, I knew right away I wanted it to be heard because it showed exactly where I was in my life. So, I created a skit out of it and I kind of just took it from there.
The title close to home simply means close to freedom, something we all especially love to fantasize about when we’re at rock bottom. We like to tell ourselves that our current lives will soon change. This is what makes up the concept of my EP. I have a few lines in the titled track “Close to home” when I say, “Im laying on my back staring at the ceiling/Thinking what if I should die right now God willing”. This sad line represents the thought that death would be easier than this life. I also have those lines in my songs when I talk about partying every other night and waking up to this incredible lifestyle or having dreams of going to Paris.
This is the soundtrack to my life right now and I made it for the world. I’m hoping everyone feels the same emotions I feel while listening. Just remember, dream incredible dreams and have faith that one day those dreams will come true and maybe they will. This is only the beginning, I plan on taking my music to a whole new sound after this. @leomondavi