Sorkin, who also co-wrote the 'Moneyball' script, says he's currently reading Isaacson's 'Steve Jobs.' "He was a great entrepreneur, he was a great artist, a great thinker," Sorkin said of Jobs, who died in October after a long battle with pancreatic cancer.
Latest rumors have Noah Wyle (who portrayed Jobs in a 1999 TV movie) and George Clooney vying for the lead role. Clooney was attached at one point to direct the war-on-terror court-room thriller 'Hamdan vs. Rumsfeld,' from a Sorkin script. And the two Oscar winners do share a love of talky political dramas.
[via E! Online]
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