Split Image: Ashton Kutcher as Steve Jobs

Another new image shows the uncanny resemblance between the late Steve Jobs and Ashton Kutcher, who is playing him in an upcoming biopic.

Spot the difference: Ashton Kutcher tweeted a split photograph, showing half of his face on the left, alongside Steve Jobs' right side. The actor is playing the Apple co-founder in an upcoming biopic

The latest split-screen picture, which has Kutcher's face on the left half and Jobs' on the right, shows the Apple co-founder later in life, with a receding hairline. Kutcher posted it on Twitter, thanking the Sundance Film Festival for its support of the movie. Earlier this week another split picture was released, showing Jobs - who passed away in October 2011 - in his younger years, with a shoulder-length glossy brown mane (this one Jobs left, Kutcher right).

Two-faced: This composite image, released earlier this week, shows Jobs' face on the left and Kutcher on the right
Both images show the likeness the two men share - and also exemplifies the expert make-up and styling that has enabled Kutcher to play Jobs at varying stages throughout his life.
The make-up artists on the film, jOBS, who turned Kutcher, 34, into the tech genius have extensive experience on some of the most complicated makeup productions in recent years.
Kutcher's personal make-up artist, James MacKinnon, has worked on Thor, the 2010 remake of A Nightmare on Elm Street, Alice in Wonderland and Star Trek, according to his IMDb profile.
Another one of the make-up experts, Louis Lazzara, was most recently apart of the crew on Lincoln that turned Daniel Day Lewis into the nation's 16th president.

Lookalike: Kutcher, right, here strikes a pose in character as the real Jobs holds one of his creations from 1977

Make-up artists on the film have credits including Lincoln, Thor and Alice in Wonderland

Kutcher's devotion to the role went beyond the physical.
He interviewed many of Jobs' friends and watched hundreds of his speeches to pick up on as many characteristics as he could. Kutcher also sacrificed his body for the role when he fell ill after adopting a fruit-only diet, which Jobs famously adhered to. 'First of all, the fruitarian diet can lead to like severe issues. 'I went to the hospital like two days before we started shooting the movie. I was doubled over in pain. My pancreas levels were like completely out of whack. It was really terrifying ... considering everything,' Kutcher explained last week at the Sundance Film Festival where jOBS debuted.

Partners: Wozniak, left, and Jobs show off their handiwork in a photo from 1978

Scene: Kutcher as Jobs and Josh Glad as Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak from the set of jOBS

Kutcher, who is dating Ted actress Mila Kunis, said through his research for the movie, which comes out in April, he learned how much he and Jobs have in common. 'We both have a ravenous interest in the tech space. He's a guy that failed and got back on the horse.  'I think we can all sort of relate to that in some place in our life where we are moving forward with something and we fall down.
'You have to have the guts to get back up and go again. I think I share that as well.'
From the film: This image comes from a pivotal scene in jOBS when the two men discuss the creation of personal computing

Apple co-founder and tech guru Steve Wozniak wasn't impressed with what he's seen so far.
On the eve of the film's premiere at Sundance Film Festival, Wozniak said that the creators behind iJobs got a pivotal scene 'totally wrong.' In the clip released Thursday, Jobs, portrayed by Ashton Kutcher, tries to convince Wozniak, played by Josh Gad, that consumers would be interested in buying personal computers if only they were available. 'Nobody wants to buy a computer...nobody,' he tells Jobs. However, Wozniak claims that in real life, the roles in the argument were actually reversed, CBS News reported.
'Totally wrong. Personalities and where the ideas of computers affecting society did not come from Jobs,' Wozniak said in an email to Gizmodo. 'We never had such interaction and roles...personalities are very wrong although mine is closer. 'I never looked like a professional. We were both kids. Our relationship was so different from what was portrayed. I'm embarrassed, but if the movie is fun and entertaining, all the better,' he said.