Despite the controversy surrounding 'Ender's Game' author Orson Scott Card and his views on homosexuality (which everyone seems to have forgotten about), we can still expect the film adaptation to hit this coming November 1. In preparation, Lionsgate has debuted the new IMAX poster and a slew of new images, making this young-adult adaptation look like a blast.
The final 'Ender's Game' trailer has been released online after a bit of viral marketing, which encouraged fans to unlock the latest footage for the upcoming sci-fi fantasy film. We're still a few months away from the film's November release date, which means we'll be seeing this final trailer pretty often as the film gears up for its debut.
If you're looking forward to the long-in-the-works adaptation of 'Ender's Game,' today must certainly be a very exciting day for you. First, we got that cool promotional video that featured the one and only Harrison Ford requesting your help in taking down alien invaders. Then, we had our comprehensive report from the film's Comic-Con 2013 panel. Now, a new clip from the upcoming sci-fi movie had made its way online, giving us our best look yet at the film.
Thursday, Jul. 18 on Comic-Con 2013's bustling Hall H stage was home to two highlights from the young-adult movie genre's upcoming slate. Summit Entertainment, the studio behind 'The Twilight Saga,' kicked things off with panel presentations for 'Ender's Game' and 'Divergent,' both bringing with them a slew of guests and tons of updates, including the first footage from 'Divergent.'
The sci-fi novel comes to life as we see a young boy named Ender training in a futuristic battle school and proving himself a master of the art of war.
Nearly 30 years after its initial publication, 'Ender's Game' is finally getting the blockbuster Hollywood adaptation that it has always demanded. With the November 1 release date too distant for a full trailer but too close for total silence, Summit has released a new image featuring Hailee Steinfeld's Petra Arkanian ('Ender's Game' is going to give 'The Hunger Games' a run for its money in the wacky names department) as well as the logos for each of the "Battle School" armies featured in the film.