First, the co-founder of apple with his beef over the new steve jobs movie. The studio released these clips. Overnight, we spoke with the man who was there for the birth of this company. And he is not... See More
First, the co-founder of apple with his beef over the new steve jobs movie. The studio released these clips. Overnight, we spoke with the man who was there for the birth of this company. And he is not happy. Abc's john muller is here. Reporter: As they say, there's no such thing as bad publicity. But in this case, it may have come from the man who knew steve jobs best. After a preview clip of this movie, he tells abc news, they got it all wrong. What you're working on, while you're working on it. Okay. It's freedom. Reporter: It may be entertaining. But is this newly-released clip from the picture "jobs" true to life? "Good morning america" asked the guy who would know, apple co-founder, steve wozniak. His response? I don't know. The clip I saw was just so far from anything that really happened or said in those days. Nobody wants to buy a computer. Reporter: In the clip, jobs and wozniak are arguing over the merits of a personal computer for home use. The first thing that struck him as inaccurate were the personalities. Ashton kutcher portrays jobs as a tech visionary. A role that jobs didn't embrace until later in life. As far as the penalties that were in that scene, this was ridiculous. Like steve jobs is some sort of overseeing -- I'm like the father of society. I have the ideas that are, you know -- no. He didn't act like that at all. What do you call the system? The operating system? It shows -- Reporter: Another thing woz says the filmmakers got wrong, the wardrobe. The portrayal in the clip is absurd. I never wore a tie or looked like a professional. In that scene, I look like a real professional. Reporter: The 62-year-old wozniak formed the computer company with jobs in 1976. Wozniak was an important part of that. But what would steve jobs think of his portrayal? I think he would have been offended and embarrassed by it, just like myself. I think steve would say, you know, that was a little bit too phony. Reporter: In response to wozniak's critique, a film's publicist told "entertainment weekly" that it's not a historical film. Wozniak said he watched one scene. And the entire film might be great. Mr. Muller, we should say.
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