ENDER'S GAME — Trailer

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Ender’s Game is an upcoming American science fiction action film based on the novel of the same name by Orson Scott Card. Directed and written by Gavin Hood, the film will star Asa Butterfield as Andrew “Ender” Wiggin, an unusually gifted child who is sent to an advanced military school in space to prepare for a future alien invasion, leading an ensemble cast that includes Harrison Ford, Ben Kingsley, Aramis Knight, Hailee Steinfeld, Jimmy Pinchak, Viola Davis, and Abigail Breslin. In November 2010, Card stated that the film’s storyline would be a fusion of Ender’s Game and its parallel novel, Ender’s Shadow, focusing on the important elements of both.

Ender’s Game will be released on November 1, 2013, by Summit Entertainment through Lionsgate.

Ender’s Game (1985) is a science fiction novel by American author Orson Scott Card. Set in Earth’s future, the novel presents an imperiled humankind that has barely survived two conflicts with the “Buggers”, an insectoid alien species. In preparation for an anticipated third invasion, an international fleet maintains a school to find and train future fleet commanders. The world’s most talented children, including the novel’s protagonist, Ender Wiggin, are taken at a very young age to a training center known as the Battle School. There, teachers train them in the arts of war through increasingly difficult games including ones undertaken in zero gravity in the Battle Room, where Ender’s tactical genius is revealed.

Ender’s Game The book originated as the short story “Ender’s Game”, published in the August 1977 issue of Analog Science Fiction and Fact. Elaborating on characters and plot lines depicted in the novel, Card later wrote additional books to form the Ender’s Game series. Card released an updated version of Ender’s Game in 1991, changing some political facts to accurately reflect the times.

Reception of the book has generally been positive, though some Ender’s Game critics have denounced Card’s perceived justification of his characters’ violent actions. It has also become suggested reading for many military organizations, including the United States Marine Corps. Ender’s Game won the 1985 Nebula Award for best novel and the 1986 Hugo Award for best novel. Its sequels, Ender in Exile, Speaker for the Dead, Xenocide, and Children of the Mind, follow Ender’s subsequent travels to many different worlds in the galaxy. In addition, the later novella A War of Gifts and novel Ender’s Shadow take place during the same time period as the original. Ender’s Game has been adapted into two comic series.

A film adaptation of the same name directed by Gavin Hood and starring Asa Butterfield as Ender is planned for release on November 1, 2013. Card is co-producing the film. Ender’s Game orginal video:

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41 COMMENTS

  1. My for Brasil lula e Dilma Rousseff roubarão o Brasil vou ligar prós alienígenas deste filme para buscar essas pragas

  2. I watched the film before reading the books. I have to say that I thoroughly enjoyed both versions. Sure, there were some changes, and perhaps the film sped through Ender's training so that it seemed like months instead of years, but overall it was still a damned fine piece of SciFi that kept me entertained to the very end.

  3. After reading the book, I thought the story a bit too complex for a movie, but not too long after heard about the coming release. Surprisingly, they managed to capture the essence of the book rather well. Thank you for this upload.

  4. This movie got me interested in the book series. Also, this movie encases the arrogance of man in under 160 minutes.

  5. Anyone remember the game Zone of Enders. great game.Great game. i didnt research this movie, but i think they should have made it based on the game if its not

  6. Guys the reason why they didn't put a 6 year old there is because there's no way they could find a 6 year old that could go through all the training the actors did to film this movie( which includes going to space camp and bootcamp). Asa said so in an interview.

  7. If I recall correctly, the entire premise of the first book was that he didn't know that his 'training simulations' were not simulations but him controlling actual fleets. 

  8. And this one totally skipped past me the other night. Now you're going to tell me Ned Stark dies at the end of the first season of Game of Thrones. Wait, he's played on screen by Sean Bean……… NOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!! I suppose though I could have found that out if I'd bothered to read the fucking book

  9. Well technically the movies ending was not in "enders game" book. The movies ending was really the first fue chapters of ender in exile (a vary inaccurate version of it).

  10. HAHAHA. Wait. Bruce Willis was dead the whole time in the 6th sense? Why did you tell me that you complete and utter bastard!!!! I don't know why you're bringing up movies that are not based on a book, that anyone with any presence of mind could have went out and read before watching the movie…….. Maybe it's just me but I'd prefer to see how some of my favourite novels play out to how I imagine them when on screen because I've already read the book. I take it back. I'm a cunt

  11. Judging from the cast, which includes notable adult stars such as Harrison Ford and the lack of "teen" characters in the trailers, I have a feeling this move was not geared towards teens. Besides, having older actors, and good ones at that, will make it easier for the characters to retain their depth. I don't know about you, but I don't care whether the kid we're sending to committ genocide is 11 or 16, it still evokes a moral dilemma which is what the book was about

  12. It's hard to find kids who can actually act well. Most child actors are pretty cringeworthy when put in roles like this movie has.

  13. Assumptions, that's all you have, this is by no means a kids movie. The cast is great and it does follow the book very closely, according to Harrison Ford. Unless you have a better information source.

  14. If this movie is faithful to the book, and from what I can teel it probably will, it will not be a kid's book. Its a superbly-crafted story with an wonderfull of array of complex characters, its anything but a kid's movie

  15. I must say I enjoyed ender's game and ender's shadow best. all the other books were mostly ok or bearable, but these two books are on top 😉

  16. Ender's Game is my favorite all time book but, I enjoyed the entire Shadow Saga more as a series. I love how he went deeper into all the other character's stories.

  17. The only one spoiling anything is you. Next time I'd recommend that you think before posting such an oblivious comment.

  18. the part that the child actors couldn't do is the stuff in the filming of the battleroom scenes.. their bodies just couldnt handle it, but they could have at least gotten someone whose voice has broken..

  19. While I totally love Asa Butterfield, they could have at least got an actor whose voice hasn't broken yet. Danielle Radcliffe was great in the first Harry Potter films; they could have got someone like that. I understand that a six year old couldnt do the battleroom stuff, but they should have got someone who looks a little younger. And it is clear they are not sticking canonically to the book, but I have always held that there is no way they could portray the book accurately. Love the book tho.

  20. From he left Battle School and transferred to Command School, Ender was lied to and manipulated in order for him to achieve the goals the military had in mind for him. He was in command of the human naval fleet the whole time, along with his friends from the training regime. Imagine how you'd feel if afterwards, you'd learned you'd just annihilated an entire species. It's why I love the later Speaker for the Dead stuff so much. Hero or not. He was just a kid

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