In Steve Jobs, the movie, Steve Wozniak, played by Seth Rogen, faces off against Michael Fassbender’s Jobs multiple times, criticizing the Apple co-founder in a series of emotional confrontations. The thing is, those scenes never actually happened.
Steve Woz sat down with Bloomberg to discuss the film and how although the film captures the spirit of Jobs and his time at Apple, many of the scenes are invented.
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“Maybe everything in the movie didn’t happen, but they’re all based on things that did happen, ” Wozniak told Bloomberg. “Everything I say, every scene that I’m in, I wasn’t talking to Steve Jobs at those events. I don’t even say things like that, and I didn’t say them, but they were based upon [reality].”