'Steve Jobs' makes it to iTunes

Image from Steve Jobs via Universal Pictures

Image from Steve Jobs via Universal Pictures

Talk about something that resembles the plot of the movie "Inception" -- the movie about the famed co-founder of Apple is now available for sale on iTunes, which of course was a service that started up when Steve Jobs was CEO of the company. Steve Jobs was written by Aaron Sorkin, who won a Golden Globe for his script, and stars Michael Fassbender (who is up for the Best Actor Oscar) and Kate Winslet (nominated for Best Supporting Actress, winner of a Golden Globe for her role). 

The movie is available for purchase in HD or SD formats for $14.99 and will be available for rental on February 16. While the movie received high critical acclaim, it definitely bombed at the box office. Apple management was, by and large, unhappy with the movie, while those who worked with Jobs in the startup years felt it captured the legend's personality perfectly. 

The movie is accompanied by iTunes Extras, including interviews with director Danny Boyle, writer Aaron Sorkin, and various cast members.