Fincher passes on Steve Jobs film and other news from April 14, 2014
- Famed director David Fincher has passed on the chance to direct the Steve Jobs biopic based on Walter Issacson's book. Fincher had wanted $10 million upfront, and Sony balked, saying the fee was "ridiculous." Who should replace Fincher? Check out TUAW's ideas for the role later today.
- Wolff Olins CEO Karl Heiselman has resigned to join Apple in an undesignated marketing communications role. This is a return to Apple for Heiselman, who had worked as a design contractor for the company in the early 1990s.
- Microsoft is adding Passbook support to its next version of the Windows Phone OS.
- Amazon Cloud Drive Photos has updated its app for iOS 7, which comes just a few days after Dropbox released its Carousel.
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