The Social Network was both a box office and critical darling, so it's great news that there might actually be more where it came from: It looks like Aaron Sorkin and David Fincher might collaborate on another high profile tech biopic, this time around about Steve Jobs and Apple.
Variety reports that Fincher is currently in talks to direct an untitled biopic on Jobs, of which Sorkin finished writing the script for earlier this year. The screenplay is adapted from Walter Isaacson's 2011 biography, Steve Jobs.
If you're skeptical about another Jobs biopic after Ashton Kutcher's from last year, which was titled Jobs, don't be—this one looks like it has a completely different concept that Fincher would be perfect for directing. In an interview with The Daily Beast, Sorkin revealed the plot of the film: "This entire movie is going to be three scenes, and three scenes only, that all take place in real time." Consider us deeply intrigued.
Sorkin continued that those three scenes will take place backstage at three product launches: Mac in 1984, NeXT in 1990, and the iPod in 2001.