The premiere of Steve Jobs biopic, starring Ashton Kutcher, has been delayed indefinitely.
The first Steve Jobs biopic Jobs, has had its release date pushed back from April 19 in North America to an indefinite date.
According to the Sydney Morning Herald, it is believed that the delay is purely for marketing reasons.
A film that was already famous, is now on the verge of infamy, the paper said.
It has already hit a number of stumbling blocks, including its name.
Once called jOBS, in a presumed play on the Apple iNAME convention, and even referred to in some press as iJobs, it was quietly re-formatted as Jobs at the beginning of the year.
Also starring Dermot Mulroney and Matthew Modine, the film, directed by Joshua Michael Stern and written by Matt Whitely, tracks Steve Jobs life from college drop-out to Apple visionary from 1971 to 2001