You know that Ender's Game movie we've been hoping would get made for like forever? Well, the project, directed by Wolverine director Gavin Hood, is finally building up a head of creative steam.
More than 60,000 people voted in NPR's Top 100 Science Fiction and Fantasy survey, and now that they've revealed which novels made the list—and the all-important order in which they appear—you all know what that means. Let the debate begin!
Looks like Summit, the studio that brought us (and continues to bring us) the Twilight Saga adaptations will be the next studio to try to adapt Orson Scott Card's classic 1985 SF novel Ender's Game, with X-Men Origins: Wolverine director Gavin Hood at the helm.
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Orson Scott Card's military-sci-fi classic has been orbiting in Hollywood for what feels like eons, never coming in for a landing. But there's a new team behind the wheel, led by Star Trek's writer-producers: Can they succeed where so many others have failed?
A film adaptation of Orson Scott Card's titanic novel Ender's Game, about a brilliant lad with a gift for war, has been mired in development hell for decades. Which is a shame, as it's ready-made for cinematic awesomeness—and this amateur-assembled trailer shows the way.
More than a year after being declared dead by no less an authority than Orson Scott Card himself, the Ender's Game movie is unexpectedly back in development. The LA Times is reporting that X-men Origins: Wolverine director Gavin Hood is now working on the project and just did a rewrite of Card's last screenplay.