Harrison Ford discusses the relevance of Ender’s Game when viewed against the backdrop of today’s political climate and current technological abilities.
Gavin Hood’s adaptation of Ender’s Game has tremendous production and special effects, but ultimately asks more questions than it can answer.
Ender’s Game stars Asa Butterfield and Hailee Steinfeld talk with Spinoff Online about the difficulties they faced in bringing the beloved sci-fi novel to the big screen.
Lionsgate has debuted the final theatrical trailer for director Gavin Hood’s Ender’s Game, which stars Harrison Ford, Ben Kingsley and Asa Butterfield. The film opens Nov. 1.
Ender’s Game director Gavin Hood, producer Roberto Orci and stars Harrison Ford, Asa Butterfield and Hailee Steinfeld screened the film’s new trailer at Comic-Con International and fielded questions from fans.
Ender’s Game star Harrison Ford attempted to separate the anti-gay views of Orson Scott Card from the forthcoming science fiction opus, telling Comic-Con International attendees that the author admits “he lost that battle.”
The group behind the Ender’s Game boycott asserts that Lionsgate’s public rejection of author Orson Scott Card’s anti-gay views and reaffirmation of its own support of the gay and lesbian community doesn’t go far enough.
With increasing attention being paid to a planned boycott of Ender’s Game because of author Orson Scott Card’s comments about homosexuality and opposition to same-sex marriage, Lionsgate has released a statement underscoring its support of gays and lesbians.
With an eye toward the November release of the Ender’s Game adaptation, Anna Pinkert looks at three other great young-adult novels that seem ripe for the big screen.
With the big-budget adaptation of Ender’s Game on the horizon, Spinoff’s Anna Pinkert looks back at cinema’s often cringe-inducing depictions of video games, and gamers, on screen.
The first image from Gavin Hood’s adaptation of Orson Scott Card’s sci-fi novel Ender’s Game shows off stars Asa Butterfield and Harrison Ford. The movie premieres Nov. 1, 2013, from Summit Entertainment.
One half of the powerhouse writing duo of Kurtzman and Orci, Alex Kurtzman talks about his upcoming projects The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Ender’s Game and Star Trek 2.