The biographical drama 'Steve Jobs,' is set backstage at three iconic product launches during the Apple founder’s life. Kate Winslet stars in the film as Joanna Hoffman, an original member of the Macintosh team.
FOX 5’s Kevin McCarthy spoke with Winslet about her role, her memorization of lines, and her love of learning to speak in different accents.
Hoffman’s accent, Winslet said, provided most challenging. "This was the hardest dialect I’ve ever done because Joanna Hoffman, in reality, was born in Poland - moved to Armenian - some of her family spoke Russian - she went back to Poland - and finally came to America as teenager!"
WATCH the full interview and get more about the movie here: http://www.stevejobsthefilm.com/