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Update: Not so fast. Despite Netflix promoting the movie on Twitter and it being available earlier, it’s currently no longer available. We’ve reached out to Netflix for more information.

Update 2: Netflix tells me that Jobs “will be back on soon.”

Update 3: Netflix tells me an issue with subtitles led to it being pulled and it should be resolved now.

If you haven’t seen Ashton Kutcher’s portrayal of the late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs yet or just want to catch the film again, Netflix now features ‘Jobs’ in its catalog of streaming movies and TV shows for subscribers. Netflix of course offers streaming to iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch users in addition to Apple and Mac users for $7.99 a month.

The biopic featuring Kutcher was released to mixed reviews, and our own Michael Steeber shared his thoughts on the film in 9to5Mac‘s review of Jobs.

If you watch the film and decide you’d rather own it, Jobs is available on iTunes for $19.99 in HD and $14.99 in standard definition. Alternatively, you can rent Jobs from iTunes for viewing on your Mac, iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or Apple TV for $4.99 in HD and $3.99 in SD.

Just last week a reported surfaced claiming Oscar winning actor Christian Bale is director David Fincher’s first pick to play Steve Jobs in the upcoming Sony film that Aaron Sorkin has been writing. Sorkin’s depiction of Jobs is slated to begin filming at the end of 2014.

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9 Responses to “‘Jobs’ biopic starring Ashton Kutcher now available on Netflix”

  1. That movie is worthless, better to read the book

  2. Ashton Kutcher still thinks he is Steve Jobs. The moron is “designing” PCs for Lenovo. What a joke! Kutcher butchered what could have been an amazing movie.

    • It was more a writing failure than an acting one. That movie was horrifyingly bad & I wouldn’t watch it again on a bet.

      • I will agree with you on the writing, but I still think Ashton Kutcher’s arrogance makes any character he portrays unbelievable. Kutcher is so arrogant, he thinks he can turn Lenovo into Apple by channeling Jobs’ spirit. Prick.

  3. scumbolt2014 says:

    This movie is terrible. Kutcher is horrific as Jons and the rest of the acting sucked too. I wouldn’t watch this turd again if Netflix paid me 15 dollars.

  4. rettun1 says:

    its not showing up on netflix for me…

  5. drtyrell969 says:

    Had to rush to revise history didn’t they? Oh, and because everyone hated this one, a more credible heaping pile of dog crap is coming.

  6. Netflix said it plans to double its spending on acquiring original content in 2014, which is currently less than 10% of its overall global content expenses. http://j.mp/netflix-reel-it-in