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The 'Wolf of Wall Street' actor is wanted by the 'Slumdog Millionaire' director to play the late Apple co-founder for the biopic developed at Sony.
Rumor has it, Sony balks at Fincher's demand for $10 million fees up front and control over the film's marketing.
The 'Girl with the Dragon Tattoo' director is willing to serve as a director for the new film if the Apple co-founder is played by the 'Exodus' star.
The 'Gone Girls' director will reunite with his 'Social Network' writer and producer if he is signed on for the project.
Sorkin says that the untitled project developed at Sony Pictures will take place before Jobs launched three of his most important products; the original Macintosh, NeXt and the iPod
Admitting that he fears he'll make people disappointed, the 'Social Network' scribe says penning the movie about the late Apple co-founder is like writing about The Beatles.
The 'Social Network' screenwriter additionally reveals that Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak has been hired to serve as his 'tutor' in penning the life story of Jobs.
The 'Social Network' screenwriter will adapt the screenplay from Walter Isaacson's authorized biography book about the late Apple co-founder.
Words are, Clooney and Wyle, who were both starring on TV series 'ER', are battling it out to play the late Apple founder in an untitled biopic which is developed at Sony Pictures.
The studio is striking a deal to buy the rights to the late Apple co-founder's authorized bio by Walter Isaacson and has tapped Mark Gordon to produce the still untitled biopic project.