Ashton Kutcher and Steve Wozniak spar over authenticity of Steve Jobs biopic

Ashton Kutcher is dissing Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak for dissing Kutcher’s biopic of the other Apple co-founder, Steve Jobs.

Wozniak told Gizmodo that from the clips he saw, the portrayal of him and Jobs was “totally wrong” and “not even close to reality.”

“[He’s] being paid by another company to support their Steve Jobs film,” Kutcher told The Associated Press. “He was also extremely unavailable to us when producing this film.”

In the end, Kutcher admits that it’s a movie and that dialogue had to be created. “We did the best job we could,” he continued. “Nobody really knows what went on in those rooms.”

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A federal judge has thrown out the race discrimination charges in the lawsuit against Paula Deen and her brother because the plaintiff is not black.

Kanye West purchased two $1 million Dartz Prombron armored SUVs. No word on whether they came equipped with infant car seats.

Kim Kardashian is so invested in being a new mom and staying out of the public eye that she put her publicity rep on leave.

Soulja Boy was kicked off an American Airlines flight for allegedly refusing to take his seat.

Oasis dude Liam Gallagher is allegedly trying to get his baby-mama to sign a confidentiality agreement before he will agree to child support negotiations.


Actress Mila Kunis (“Ted”) is 30.

TV personality Jay Manuel (“A.N.T.M”) is 41.

Actress Halle Berry (“Cloud Atlas”) is 47.

Actress Susan Olsen (“The Brady Bunch”) is 52.

Singer Sarah Brightman is 53.

Actress Marcia Gay Harden (“The Newsroom”) is 54.

Cartoonist Gary Larson (“The Far Side”) is 63.

Author Danielle Steel is 66.

Actor and musician Steve Martin is 68.

Musician David Crosby is 72.

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