The much-ballyhooed movie about the late Apple founder Steve Jobs has been "put into turnaround" by Sony Pictures, The Hollywood Reporter reports. That means Sony will not make the film, and the project will now be shopped to other studios. Universal is said to be interested, with an eye on next year's awards season. The proposed film was being produced by Scott Rudin and others, and was to be directed by Danny Boyle from a script by Aaron Sorkin. The project has struggled to cast a lead, moving from Leonardo DiCaprio to Christian Bale and most recently, Michael Fassbender. A source says Boyle needed the film to go into production in January, because he had a small window before starting another project, while Sony has several movies already in production for 2015 and wanted the film to shoot later.