Afternoon Links: ‘Steve Jobs: The Lost Interview’ Will Be ‘The Basement Tapes’ For Apple Nerds

Tim Grierson
The Projector

Steve Jobs died a month ago, and on November 16 and 17 Landmark Theaters will screen "Steve Jobs: The Lost Interview," an extended version of a profile done for PBS that was thought lost for all eternity. It's not quite like discovering Orson Welles' original version of "The Magnificent Ambersons," but beggars can't be choosers. [/film]

"Anonymous" probably flew under the radar for most people who love the movies that director Roland Emmerich usually makes. He sounds like he's back on his normal turf for "Singularity," which is about "a young man whose body is made up a swarm of nanobots, giving him all sorts of powers at the same time as it brings unwanted attention from an evil corporation." But Emmerich is halting the film during pre-production, apparently to bring on a futurist to help with the science-y stuff. Because his fans really demand authenticity in their stuff blowing up. [Heat Vision/The Hollywood Reporter]

"The Hunger Games" will be unveiling its first trailer on "Good Morning America" on Monday. This will be the first time the film's core audience will ever watch "Good Morning America." [Collider]