The awards season is over, and with critical acclaim, a healthy box office haul of over $205 million worldwide, and an Oscar win for screenwriter Graham Moore, “The Imitation Game” is a big success. Whether you missed it the first time around or are eager to see the movie again, the film and special features will be available for digital download on March 20th, and the Blu-ray/DVD will be on shelves March 31st. And today we’ve got an exclusive peek at a couple of the featurettes.
Moore and author Walter Isaacson (“The Innovators: How A Group Of Inventors, Hackers, Geniuses And Geeks Created The Digital Revolution,” “Steve Jobs“) sit in to discuss Alan Turing‘s genius. In the first clip, you see the pair explain the purpose of the titular imitation game. The second highlights the importance of Turing’s work and how it lead to the modern computer. And there’s certainly much more where this came from.
Watch the clips below and keep an eye on store shelves for the Benedict Cumberbatch-starring film later this month.