'Steve Jobs' movie finds another home and a new star
Aaron Sorkin's adaptation of Walter Isaacson's biography of Steve Jobs may scream box office success, but actually making the movie has proven quite difficult. After two years of development, Sony Pictures decided to pass on the movie, but rival studio Universal has stepped in after allegedly paying $30 million for the rights. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the Danny Boyle-directed movie has found a new star to play the Apple co-founder after Christian Bale withdrew earlier this month. In his place steps Michael Fassbender, who is now expected to appear beside Seth Rogen as Steve Wozniak and Jessica Chastain in an as-yet unspecified role. All we have to do now is get to the end of this post without mentioning Ashton Kutcher and we'll be... damn
So, something may or may not have happened a little while back where Quavo - aka, "the only Migos member you may be able to point out of a lineup" - may or may not have gotten robbed for his chain. Regardless, he takes the time out to address the issue in this new song.