‘Jobs’ Will Be Available On Netflix Spring 2014

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The first major movie about Steve Jobs hits U.S. theaters in less than 24 hours. Reviews have been mixed, but if you’re not interested in plopping down your hard-earned cash to see Ashton doing his best El Jobso impersonation, Open Road Films CEO, Tom Ortenberg, says you’ll be able to watch it all from your couch soon enough.

During an interview on Bloomberg, Ortenberg revealed that the company already has a deal in place for Netflix to carry the movie starting in the spring of 2014. You’ll have 18 months to watch it on Netflix before it gets wiped out of the catalogue, just in time for Aaron Sorkin’s Jobs movie to sweep in.

Here’s the full interview:

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  • SonsofAres

    August, like January, is usually a dumping ground for movies that studios just want to shake off themselves. Seems rather strange to delay a movie’s availability outside theaters for such a long period of time.

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