LONDON — Aaron Sorkin was “terrified” at the prospect of taking on the life of Steve Jobs for his latest movie — for several reasons.

Firstly, he’s always scared of new projects, he told Mashable in a plush suite at London’s Claridges hotel ahead of the London Film Festival premiere Sunday.

Secondly, he chose to boldly ditch the traditional “cradle to grave” biopic format for a completely different approach, basing the film around three real-life product launches and adding in imagined, behind-the-curtain scenes with various people from Jobs’ world.

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Aaron Sorkin on Steve Jobs, the cult of Apple and that spat with Tim Cook