Thursday, October 27, 2016

Aaron Sorkin slams Tim Cook: “You’ve got lots of nerve calling another person opportunistic.”

Aaron Sorkin replied to Tim Cook’s current critique of filmmakers who’ve produced numerous current Steve Jobs biopics as “opportunistic,” pressing back from the state by featuring Apple’s choice to produce its items offshore utilizing inexpensive work:

“Nobody did this film to obtain wealthy,& rdquo. “Subsequently, Tim Cook should certainly begin to see the film before he chooses what it is.”

“Third, if you’ve got a manufacturer saturated in kids in China building telephones for 17 pennies an hour or so you’ve got lots of nerve contacting another person opportunistic.”

Sorkin was the screenwriter behind the approaching movie Steve Jobs, starring Michael Fassbender whilst the titular entrepeneur. The film is likely to be launched on March 9th after undergoing many casting and employment modifications, and actually changing galleries.

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