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The Cricket's Daily 3: Steve Jobs' life, in three scenes

Published November 16, 2012 7:22 am
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Here's what's happening today in pop culture:

• Aaron Sorkin says his script of Apple founder Steve Jobs' biography will be three 30-minute scenes shot in real-time — taking Sorkin's "walking-and-talking" style to whole new levels. [Entertainment Weekly]

• Michael Bay may get a whole new country to blow to smithereens, as Paramount wants to film the fourth "Transformers" movie in China – all the better to crack China's film market. [Vulture]

• Ew, gross: A theater patron vomited over the balcony during a performance of the Broadway play "Grace" Wednesday night, and the cast (including Paul Rudd and Michael Shannon) had to carry on regardless. [New York]






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