With Ashton Kutcher's "Jobs" biopic still searching for a release date and Aaron Sorkin's version in production limbo, comedy site Funny Or Die is amusingly in pole position with "iSteve."

The movie, reportedly written in three days and shot in only five, spans between 60-75 minutes and is by far the longest film project ever undertaken by the site. “In true Internet fashion, it’s not based on very thorough research — essentially a cursory look at the Steve Jobs Wikipedia page,” Ryan Perez, who wrote and directed “iSteve,” told the NY Times. “It’s very silly. But it looks at his whole life.”

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FOD's biopic places actor Justin Long in the lead role — a face many will instantly recognize as the "Mac Guy" in those iconic Apple commercials from a few years back. As you'll see in the new trailer, this Steve Jobs film amusingly appears to be the one that best captures the reality distortion field that was a big part of his legend. Whether it manages to incorporate a bit of serious drama (not likely) into the silly is something we'll have to wait until April 15 to find out. Check out the teaser below. 

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