Your chance to register a preference before Steve Jobs, the movie, is cast
Sony (SNE) has reportedly picked up the film rights to Walter Isaacson's Steve Jobs, and according to the Hollywood rumor mill two ER veterans -- George Clooney and Noah Wyle -- are in the running to play the title role.
Clooney, of course, has the edge in box office appeal. But Wyle looks more like Apple's (AAPL) late co-founder and has played him before, on TV (Pirates of Silicon Valley) and on the stage at Macworld.
Whom would you rather see in the role? You can register your preference below.
Actor Noah Wyle, best-known for playing Dr. John Carter on television's "E.R," also played Steve Jobs in TNT's "Pirates of Silicon Valley" in 1999, a cult hit among the technorati.
FORTUNE -- The actor Noah Wyle, best-known for playing Dr. John Carter on television's "E.R," also played Steve Jobs in TNT's "Pirates of Silicon Valley" in 1999, a cult hit among the technorati. Fortune contributor David A. Kaplan spoke with Wyle MOREOct 7, 2011 3:49 PM ET
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