Watch: Conversations with ‘Steve Jobs’ Michael Fassbender and Kate Winslet

Though Danny Boyle‘s film Steve Jobs was supposed to be the definite word on the famous Apple founder, the film had difficulty finding its footing with audiences when it finally reached theaters. Still, stars Michael Fassbender and Kate Winslet received significant praise (and both received Oscar nominations) for their performances. Steve Jobs is now available on DVD and Blu-ray.

In this Screen Actors Guild Foundation conversation moderated by Dave Karger of Fandango, Fassbender and Winslet talk about working with a script by Aaron Sorkin, rehearsing with Boyle, and whether or not Winslet will do Broadway in order to complete her EGOT.

Check out the full Q&A video above!

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