Trailer for Ender’s Game (2013)
Ender’s Game (2013)
The movie is based off of the famous novel with the same title by Orson Scott Card.
From the preview it appears like the world almost lost a war against aliens. Now, the remaining human survivors are training children in space to be a different kind of soldier that will hopefully be able to defeat the aliens and save the human race.
It’s a science fiction movie with a big budget and even bigger special effects.
The film is directed by Gavin Hood and stars Harrison Ford, Ben Kingsley, Asa Butterfield, Abigail Breslin, Hailee Steinfeld, Moises Arias, Aramis Knight, Nonso Anozie, Han Soto, and a bunch of kid actors that nobody will recognize.
Kingsley and Butterfield were both in Hugo (2011) together.
The film is destined to be a goldmine for the filmmakers.
I have not read the book, but the movie looks like it could be fun.
It is set to release on 11/1/13.
Posted on May 8, 2013, in Previews of Upcoming Movies and tagged Abigail Breslin, Aramis Knight, Asa Butterfield, Ben Kingsley, Ender's Game (2013), Enders-Game, Gavin Hood, Hailee Steinfeld, Han Soto, Harrison Ford, Hugo (2011), Moises Arias, Nonso Anozie, Orson Scott Card, science fiction movie, Trailer for Ender's Game (2013). Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.
Btw, it’s my FAVORITE movie of all time. Don’t miss out at reading it, once you start you’ll have trouble putting it down if you enjoy sci-fi at all!
I have heard that it’s a good book. I was debating giving it a read before seeing the movie. But, more often than not, the book is better than the movie. That being said, I think I’ll wait until after I see the movie to read the book. That way I won’t spoil the movie or have a biased opinion about the book going into the movie. Thanks for commenting!
I don’t blame you for that, very curious when the time comes to hear what you think as a person who hasn’t read it, and then later if you read it to again say what you think. 🙂
It’s a little ways out now, but after I see it, I write a review. If I like it, then I might read the book. If I don’t like it, then I’ll probably skip the book.
That’s more than fair!
I just read a blog about the book and it sounds interesting. The film version looks intriguing and will have to see/read all about it!
My thoughts exactly Cindy : )