David Fincher's Gone Girl stars Rosamund Pike and Ben Affleck and is based on the Gillian Flynn novel. It's due to receive an October release next year. The Imitation Game is being helmed by Headhunters' Morten Tyldum. It stars Benedict Cumberbatch as Alan Turing, the mathematician who was recently (and posthumously) granted an official statutory pardon by the British government after having been convicted of homosexuality. He alone, mind. A just conviction under an unjust law, and a whole heap more posthumous pardons wouldn't hurt, now, would they?