Academy Award winning screenwriter Aaron Sorkin has written some of the most memorable lines in TV and movie history. Now, Sorkin is taking on the story of Steve Jobs.
FOX 5's Kevin McCarthy sat down with Sorkin who said he thinks there are similarities between Jobs and, Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg.
Zuckerberg, he believes, invented Facebook for himself because he was so uncomfortable talking to people, and in particular, talking to girls. He believe Jobs felt so deeply flawed that if he could make a product that people loved, it could stand in for him.
"I'm not listening to music while I'm doing the actual writing. I'm listening to music all the other time," Sorkin said about his writing process. He says that since he can’t write music, he writes dialogue – which he said sounds like music to him.
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