Already used in the 2013 biopic Jobs starring Ashton Kutcher, the crew of Universal Pictures' new Steve Jobs biopic have returned to 2066 Crist Drive to begin shooting their own take on the Apple co-founder's life. The iconic location has been declared a landmark, and resides in Los Altos. It is the childhood home of Steve Jobs and the birthplace of Apple.

CBS San Francisco has video of the production as it gets underway, shooting at this real location where Jobs, played by Michael Fassbender, and Steve Wozniak, played by Seth Rogen, built their very first Apple computer. Jobs moved to the house with his foster parents in the 7th grade and lived there through high school. It was in the attached garage, which we see here redecorated with props from that time period, where the first 50 Apple 1 computers were constructed in 1976.

Oscar-winning director Danny Boyle (127 Hours) is behind this unique take on Steve Jobs's life, which revolves around three key speeches he gave before the launch of several important Apple products. Neither he, nor co-stars Michael Fassbender and Seth Rogen are seen in the video. Though, everyone seems more excited to see Seth Rogen than anyone else. The newscaster doesn't even know who Michael Fassbender is, which is pretty funny. According to this news report, the Steve Jobs movie will shoot in and around the Bay Area and San Francisco through the end of April. Take a look:

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