Walter Isaacson's biography of Apple guru Steve Jobs has yet to hit bookshelves, but Hollywood is already eager to adapt it for the big screen. Just days after Jobs' death, Deadline reports that Sony Pictures, the studio behind The Social Network, is set to acquire movie rights to Steve Jobs. Predictably, critics and bloggers were just as quick to suggest leading men to embody the Apple innovator. Here's a look at their top picks:
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