Backstage chats with “The Imitation Game” actor about his latest character, World War II code-breaker Hugh Alexander, his acting crushes, and the epic lie he told to get out of his worst survival job.
Moore, who wrote the Benedict Cumberbatch-starring film, talks about the major contribution of director Morten Tyldum, the most exciting part of the process, and capturing genius mathematician Alan Turing.
The cast of "The Imitation Game" boasts names like Benedict Cumberbatch, Keira Knightley, Matthew Goode, Charles Dance, Mark Strong, and Allen Leech, and judging by their recent nominations, they may want to prepare a speech or two.
Benedict Cumberbatch, who plays Alan Turing in the new film, "The Imitation Game," had nothing but glowing reviews for the entire cast of the film at a recent Q&A in Los Angeles
The great thrill of this glossy, sexy, pervy thriller—starring Mia Wasikowska, Matthew Goode, and Nicole Kidman—is in recalling the clues dropped on the way, along with those lingering close-ups of material possessions that practically amount to commercials.
Chiwetel Ejiofor graces our cover this week, and he chats with Backstage about his roles in "12 Years a Slave" and in the miniseries "Dancing on the Edge" premiering Oct.19 on Starz.
Benedict Cumberbatch is most widely known for his leading role as the title character in the massive popular "Sherlock" series, but after this awards season he may be known more for his portrayl of Alan Turing in "The Imitation Game."