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The '21' actor admits he cut down 'from about 18 meals a day to about five' to get slimmer.
The 'Killers' actor says that Wozniak did not act as a consultant on the Joshua Michael Stern movie, and it is why the account is different from his.
Josh Gad and director Joshua Michael Stern are also on hand for the premiere of their latest movie held at the Museum of Modern Art.
The 'No Strings Attached' actor reveals he first 'had great reservations' about the 'jOBS' story that 'was not entirely flattering to [Steve Jobs's] character.'
The 15-sec video is the second trailer of the Steve Jobs biopic which stars Ashton Kutcher as the late passionate innovator.
Kutcher delivers Steve Jobs' famous 'Here's to the crazy ones, the misfits, the rebels' speech in Joshua Michael Stern's film.
Thanking Sundance Film Festival for their support of 'jOBS', Kutcher tweets a picture that mixes half of his and the late Apple co-founder's faces.
The 'Two and a Half Men' actor says his fruitarian diet to get ready for his role in 'jOBS' sent him to hospital to be treated for pancreas problem.
After Woz claimed the movie's 'totally wrong,' a rep for the filmmakers insists, 'The film is not a documentary' though admitting that there are some historical inaccuracies in it.
Woz insists that he and Steve Jobs 'never had such interaction and roles' as featured in the footage, which sees Ashton Kutcher's titular character convincing his partner about developing a PC.
Kutcher portrays the late Apple co-founder who tries to convince Steve Wozniak that the operating system he created will be a huge invention.
Possing alongside Ashton Kutcher, who plays Steve Jobs, Gad is seen rocking Wozniak's signature beard and long hair when he was younger.