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On this week’s episode of the FanCast Movies Podcast, hosts Erik Davis (Movies.com) and Sean O’Connell (CinemaBlend.com) discuss the bigger, awards-buzzy movies that premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival, including the fest’s big winner — and potential Best Picture candidate — The Imitation Game, as well as Foxcatcher, Nightcrawler, The Theory of Everything, Wild and more.
A World War II period biopic about some code cracker starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Period-Piece Queen Keira Knightley might earn an eye roll from the more cynical who instantly dismiss such content as “Oscar bait” — but while The Imitation Game is all of these things, it’s all of these things done quite well.
Cumberbatch stars as Alan Turing, a mathematician and cryptoanalyst whose… Continue reading Toronto Review: 'The Imitation Game' Features Benedict Cumberbatch's Finest Performance to Date
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Following Queen Elizabeth II’s pardon of World War II codebreaker Alan Turing this week, the first photo of Benedict Cumberbatch as the mathematician in “The Imitation Game” has been released.
The movie’s official Twitter account posted the photo of Cumberbatch, looking frazzled and sweaty in suspenders, in front of what appears to be the computer that broke the… Continue reading Benedict Cumberbatch as Alan Turing: First Look at 'The Imitation Game' (PHOTO)
Alexander McQueen’s fashion label is thinking of suing Cadbury over an advert, which is said to resemble the tragic designer’s famous Kate Moss hologram.
The hologram was co-created in 2006 by the late designer and filmmaker Baillie Walsh, who was recruited by advertising company Fallon to direct the Flake ad.
Alexander McQueen Company’ spokesperson has confirmed the [...] Continue reading Alexander McQueen’s label ‘to sue Cadbury over Kate Moss hologram’