Steve Jobs and Steve Jobs are expected to appear in a new movie that is set to open in 2017.
The film, titled Steve Jobs: The Movie, will be directed by Steve Miller and stars Smith as Jobs, a man whose rise to global prominence in the 1980s is credited with sparking a new wave of innovation.
The movie, which is set for release this fall, is expected to cost between $20 million and $25 million, according to multiple sources.
“It’s the most ambitious film in the history of Pixar,” one source told Variety.
“They have such a strong story and it’s really a movie about Steve Jobs, who is kind of a savior of the computer industry.”
The movie will be produced by Miller, Michael De Luca, Jason Rubin and James Vanderbilt, all of whom are still with Pixar, and will be based on the book by Steven Spielberg and the movie will also feature music by David Byrne.
“The whole point of this movie is to honor Steve Jobs,” one insider told Variety, “but there are certain things you can’t do in a movie that’s going to be about Steve.
You can’t really touch his heart.
You have to be respectful of him.”
The source also said that while Jobs and Jobs did play roles in the film, they will be playing different characters.
The source said that the film will be set in the late 1980s and the main focus of the film is the rise of the iPhone and the computer revolution that began in the mid-1990s.
“There’s a great story there that goes into Steve Jobs’ rise and his rise in the industry and the early days of the Apple computers,” the source said.
“But it’s not about Steve at all.
It’s about Steve as a man, the rise and fall of Apple, his rise and decline with the world, the iPhone, and the rise in digital technology.
It was the greatest technological innovation of the 20th century, and it brought Jobs a lot of great success.”
The plot of the movie revolves around the rise, fall and rise of Jobs as he is seen as the greatest innovator of all time, a role that has been described by the actor as a “fairytale.”
The role has been in the spotlight recently after a tweet was posted in July 2017 by the writer and director James Gunn, who previously said he wanted to write a sequel to the blockbuster Pixar film “Finding Dory.”
In the tweet, Gunn described the movie as “a Pixar sequel to Finding Dory” and he called out a number of people for making disparaging remarks about Jobs.
The tweet was later deleted, but it caused a stir with fans who said they felt he was being unfairly criticized and that it showed that his tweets had been misconstrued.
“No, I think this is an opportunity to do a sequel and I think people are going to get it,” the actor said at the time.
“I think people will appreciate this film.
I’m a little upset about it, but this is what I want.
I want this film to be better than the original, and that’s why I tweeted it.
But I don’t think people really care.”
In a statement to Variety, Miller and De Lucas said they were “honored” that Smith was returning to the role of Jobs, adding that “it’s a big honor” for Smith to be playing Jobs again.
“We are very excited about this,” the statement read.
“This is the kind of story that inspires great things, so we are thrilled that Steve will be returning to Pixar again.”
The film is expected have a theatrical release sometime in 2019.