A biopic based on the life of Steve Jobs will shoot portions of the film at the home where Jobs grew up and the garage where he co-founded Apple, the people behind the movie announced.
The film is set to cover Jobs' "30 most defining years," according to a press release. The movie covers his years as a youth all the way through his second stint with Apple.
The movie, "jOBS," which is due out in late fall, is set to begin principle photography next month. Ashton Kutcher has been cast to play the lead role.
Jobs co-founded Apple in his parents' garage, where the original Apple computer was built by him and co-founder Steve Wozniak.
Last week news also broke the Wozniak had been hired to work as a "tutor" on another Jobs biopic, which is being put out by Sony Pictures. "The Woz" will help with technical aspects of the computers as well as details of Jobs himself, according to a report by Reuters.