Ashton Kutcher has described taking on the role of Steve Jobs as 'terrifying'.
jOBS will be the first film role for the actor since New Year's Eve after concentrating on TV work.
This is set to be the biggest movie role of his career to date and that actor admits that he was feeling the pressure.
Speaking to US Weekly the actor said: "It's portraying a guy who just passed away that is really fresh in people's minds, that people are really passionate about, and care about, and have an opinion about - that's really scary," he told US Weekly.
"Especially portraying a guy that I really admire... it's terrifying, it's terrifying."
jOBS is directed by Joshua Michael Stern and sees Kutcher team up with Josh Gad and Dermot Mulroney.
jOBS is released later this year.