Steve Wozniak Has Issues With 'Jobs' Film
INSIDE EDITION spoke to Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak who has his own criticism of the new film Jobs, chronicling Apple inventor Steve Jobs.
The always upbeat and enthusiastic Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak is not so enthused about the movie Jobs starring Ashton Kutcher. He has called the movie "flat.”
Wozniak told INSIDE EDITION, "The movie was not up to par for me. Anyone who was there in real life would say that every scene was loose with the facts. It was just not like that."
After word got out that Wozniak wasn't thrilled with Kutcher’s portrayal of his friend, Kutcher accused Wozniak of dissing the movie because Wozniak is working on a competing film about the late Apple co-founder.
"In my opinion, Ashton said I was being paid to or something, and I don't know why. It happened to match every review about the movie, that it is lacking substance," said Wozniak.
Wozniak says some parts of the movie are flat out wrong.
"People wanted a story about the American dream, the Apple story, more than they wanted the personality of one person," said Wozniak.
There is one more thing about the film, Jobs, that Wozniak takes issue with. INSIDE EDITION's Megan Alexander asked him, "The people who worked on the film say it took three hours a day to get your hair right. Now, Steve, does it take you three hours a day to fix your hair?"
He laughed and said, "It is the opposite."
Meanwhile, Kutcher can take solace in knowing he's No.1 on TV Guide's list of top paid TV actors. His salary on Two-and-a-Half-Men will make him $750,000 an episode. Mark Harmon is second at $525,000 per show. Mariska Hargitay gets $400,000 and Judge Judy towers above all TV personalities, raking in $47 million this coming TV season.
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