Steve Jobs (pictured left) and George Clooney (right).
Sneak's not known for his ability to rank the attractiveness of other males of the species but even he has to admit there's not much resemblance between oh-so-dreamy George Clooney and other man Steve Jobs.
Sure, Jobs was a great guy and Sneak loves using the iPad as a make-shift dinner tray when he can't be bothered to wash up his single, solitary plate, but let's not pretend he was as hot as one of the most attractive men on the planet.
But yes, according to movie gossip from Digital Spy, the former doctor from ER is in line to play Jobs in the forthcoming biopic that will be written by The Social Network scribbler Aaron Sorkin.
The report also suggests that someone named Noah Wyle (also from ER) could play Jobs, and a look over a few pictures of Mr Wyle does suggest he has a far more Jobsian appearance than Clooney.
Wyle actually played Jobs once before in the awfully titled Pirates of Silicon Valley, which given the fact Sneak's never heard of it, can't have been that good, but he's stuck it on the Lovefilm queue anyway.
The real question this all drags up, though, is who would play Sneak in a biography of his life: probably Javier Bardem as seen in No Country for Old Men. Same haircut.
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