Aaron Sorkin wanted to call Steve Jobs movie One More Thing
Hollywood screenwriter Aaron Sorkin has revealed he wanted to call 'Steve Jobs' 'One More Thing'.
Aaron Sorkin wanted to call his Steve Jobs movie 'One More Thing'.
The 54-year-old screenwriter penned the Danny Boyle-directed movie, which stars Michael Fassbender and Kate Winslet, and Aaron has revealed he was tempted to call the movie after one of the Apple co-founder's most famous phrases.
He told CNET: "For a while I thought that would be the title of the movie, but I couldn't work a 'one more thing' into the screenplay!"
Aaron's movie has attracted criticism for its factual inaccuracies, but the screenwriter recently insisted he is comfortable with his portrayal of the Apple co-founder.
He said: "Steve Jobs did not, as far as I know, have confrontations with the same six people 40 minutes before every product launch.
"That is plainly a writer's conceit. But I do think that the movie gets at some larger truths, some more important truths than what really went on during the 40 minutes before product launches, which I don't think was the stuff of drama."
He also argued that the movie is a "fair" representation of the tech pioneer.
He said: "What you see is a dramatisation of several personal conflicts that he had in his life, and they illustrate something, they give you a picture of something. Are they fair? I do believe they're fair. My conscience is clear."