Out of all the Steve Jobs biopics and documentaries we’ve been subjected to over the past few years, the upcoming Steve Jobs always had the best chance of actually being good. And judging by early reviews, it is: Aaron Sorkin apparently wrote a script that is less annoying Newsroom, more compelling Social Network; Michael Fassbender, Kate Winslet, Seth Rogen, and Jeff Daniels star; Danny Boyle looks like he did a serviceable job directing.
The trailers have also been pretty great so far. The first big one stuck to mostly classical music or original score cues, but the latest teaser for the film uses some music that may be familiar to you bunch: Eluvium, aka the moniker of Portland-based composer Matthew Cooper. “Don’t Get Any Closer,” a cut from his most recent album Nightmare Ending, soundtracks our latest look at the movie. Cooper’s no stranger to film, having scored movies like Some Days Are Better Than Others, For Thousands Of Miles, and Come Down Molly. Check out the new Jobs teaser below.
Steve Jobs is out nationwide on 10/23, and will be in NYC and LA on 10/9.