We've seen where Ender sits, we've seen where Ender goes to school (kind of), now we get to see where Ender sleeps. The producers of the big-screen Ender's Game adaptation have just posted a sneak peek at Ender's bedroom, and we're happy to report that Ender's a geek.
A couple of weeks ago the producers of Ender's Game teased the hell out of us with the first image from the film's set. Now image number two has made its way to the net, giving us our first very, very small glimpse at Ender's Battle School.
With work now underway on the highly anticipated film adaptation of Orson Scott Card's acclaimed 1985 novel Ender's Game, the first photo from the set has made its way out into the wild.
A lot of us have some pretty fond memories of hearing our teachers read aloud in class, but here's at least one kid who wasn't impressed. A middle school teacher in South Carolina is now under investigation for reading to his class from a sci-fi novel that a student and parent complained was "pornographic." And here's the kicker: the book in question has been read by middle school students everywhere for years.
After weeks of speculation, it's true: Harrison Ford is returning to space in Ender's Game!
After months of knowing nothing, we're now seeing the cast for Ender's Game really take shape. Asa Butterfield is definitely Ender, Hailee Steinfeld is in talks for the role of Petra and no less than Harrison Ford might wind up as Col. Graff. Now another star could be joining the cast, and this one's been knighted.
Director Gavin Hood's take on Orson Scott Card's sci-fi classic seems to be doing what no other attempt at adaptation has: Move forward. After the news that Hugo's Asa Butterfield will play Andrew Wiggin and Harrison Ford is being courted for General Graff, True Grit's Hailie Steinfeld might join the Battle School, too.
That Ender's Game flick is moving right along with casting. Now that Hugo's Asa Butterfield is definitely on board for the title role, it's time to turn our attention to the pivotal role of Ender's mentor, Colonel Hyrum Graff. Among the names in contention is none other than sci-fi god Harrison Ford.
The upcoming adaptation of Ender's Game has found its Ender ... and you can get a good look at him about a week from now.
Remember that film adaptation of Ender's Game that landed at Summit Entertainment? The creator of the classic sci-fi series, Orson Scott Card, recently dished on the movie in response to one web site's wishes for the flick ... and he had a lot to say.