LOS ANGELES — It was the NeXT of movies.

Steve Jobs, starring Oscar nominee Michael Fassbender and written by Oscar winner Aaron Sorkin, crashed hard in its first weekend in wide domestic release, making $7.2 million — barely beating the $6.7 million debut for 2013’s Jobs, starring That ‘70s Show star Ashton Kutcher and written by some guy whose only screenplay credit is, well, Jobs.

But the Apple co-founder’s story — which perhaps was rejected for being told through the Sorkin Reality Distortion Field — wasn’t the only film that audiences moved to the trash this weekend. Read more…

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‘Steve Jobs’ bombed. ‘Jem and the Holograms’ bombed. Heck, everything bombed