NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- If you're expecting to "think different" when you see the new Steve Jobs movie, think again.

Universal, owned by Comcast (CMCSA), released the first trailer for the latest movie about the Apple (AAPL) co-founder over the weekend, and judging from initial reaction, it doesn't look good. The screenplay for Steve Jobs was written by The Social Network screenwriter Aaron Sorkin, and is based on the best-selling 2011 biography of Jobs by Walter Isaacson.

The reaction on social media hasn't been kind either, with a few selected tweets pointing out problems with the film.

 

Michael Fassbender, who plays Steve Jobs in the Danny Boyle-directed film, not only looks nothing like Steve Jobs (compared to Ashton Kutcher, who played Jobs in the 2013 flop Jobs), he sounds nothing like him, either. The casting of Seth Rogen as Steve Wozniak seems to be misplaced as well, doing no justice to the man who co-founded Apple along with Jobs.

There may be some hope for the movie, however, given Aaron Sorkin's involvement. Sorkin won an Oscar for his screenplay for The Social Network, which was based off the life and rise of Facebook (FB) CEO Mark Zuckerberg.

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