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In 1941, brilliant Cambridge mathematician Alan Turing was hired by the British military to break an infamous and seemingly indecipherable Nazi code called Enigma. Leading a group of misfit cryptanalysts, logicians and assorted wunderkinds, Turing directed the operation of code breakers to crack Enigma and win the war. But for Turing, this victory came at a terrible expense. Set in two periods 1951, after Enigma has long been broken, and 1941, as the irascible and arrogant Turing has applied for the code-breaking job (his unsocialzed Aspergers-like personality almost...


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New Line and Warner Bros.' R-rated comedy Horrible Bosses 2 earned a strong $1 million Tuesday night as it began its Thanksgiving assault at the North American box office. That's well ahead of the $365,000 earned by Horrible Bosses in late-night showings in summer 2011. Horrible Bosses 2 should prove a winner for New Line and Warner Bros. The sequel, one of the few R-rated comedies to ever dare opening on Thanksgiving, is likely to gross $35 million to $40 million for the Wednesday-Sunday stretch, if not more (that includes late-night Tuesday grosses). For...



Sony is looking to breathe new life into the Bad Boys franchise by reviving the mismatched buddy cop dynamic for a third big screen outing.Deadline reports that Sony execs are in preliminary talks with screenwriter David Guggenheim, with the studio having singled him out as the man to pen a script for a second sequel. The plan is to reunite Will Smith and Martin Lawrence for the two leading roles, although the report doesn`t elaborate on whether any approach has been made at this point. It`s been ten years since the last Bad Boys film arrived in cinemas, but Sony clearly feels the time is...