The first official trailer for the Steve Jobs biopic, called JOBS, released on Friday, presenting a full look at the film since it premiered at Sundance Film Festival in January. 

JOBS, which stars Hollywood A-lister Ashton Kutcher, chronicles the defining 30 years of Jobs' life, and it has received mixed reviews from critics and the public alike. Aside from Kutcher, it also stars Dermot Mulroney, Josh Gad, Lukas Haas, J.K. Simmons and Matthew Modine.

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The film's distribution company, Open Road Films, announced a 16 August release date for JOBS earlier this month - after missing its original April release. Open Road Films allegedly couldn't create enough buzz around the film, although it had a service deal with Five Star Films that allowed JOBS to premiere the closing night of Sundance. 

ET previously released a one-minute clip of JOBS in January that showed Kutcher and Gad walking through the HP parking lot and discussing the first computer operating system.