Another potential Oscar player this year has a trailer out. This movie tells the story of Alan Turing, the British mathematician and inventor of the world's first computer, who was credited for cracking the German enigma code during WWII. He was then castrated by the British government for being gay, which was illegal at the time. Benedict Cumberbatch plays him here, and he looks to be surrounded by a great cast, all of whom wanted to be a part of telling the story of one of WWII's most unsung heroes. Morten Tyldum directed it- a Norwegian director whose last movie was the 2011 thriller Headhunters (which was really good), so this looks promising. The Imitation Game's coming out November 21st, and will probably premiere at one of the fall film festivals (my guess is Toronto).