Looks like Ashton Kutcher is going to have to wait a little longer for people to finally see him as a legitimate actor: According to Vulture, the release of his new film, the Steve Jobs biopic jOBS, has been postponed indefinitely.
The film, in which Kutcher stars as the legendary Apple founder Jobs, was originally set for an April 19th release date. There's no word yet on when the release may be moved to - right now it's just postponed indefinitely - and the only reasoning that the film's distributors gave was that the extra time was needed to "prepare for a proper release and create buzz for the film." Womp womp.
The movie already premiered at Sundance last January, where it received mixed reviews.