When aliens threaten another invasion against Earth, Harrison Ford suggests mankind find "a new kind of soldier. One who doesn't think the way we think, fear the things we fear--one the enemy would never expect." Instead of dogs or the mentally ill, they go with children, because that's the questionable creative decision Orson Scott Card made for his 1985 sci-fi classic, Ender's Game. As promised last week, here's the first teaser for X-Men Origins: Wolverine director Gavin Hood's adaptation of the novel, which sees Hugo's Asa Butterfield as the future's greatest hope for a child commander.
I'm not all that sure how accurate it looks compared to the book, but from what I've heard of 12-year-olds reacting to intense battle simulations, I'll tell you it sounds nothing like XBox Live:
The first teaser for Ender's Game won't be here until Tuesday, but if you just can't wait to see what the director of X-Men Origins: Wolverine has done with that book you liked, here's a preview with a little footage and an introduction from stars Harrison Ford and Asa Butterfi... / Continue →
From EntertainmentWeekly, here's a first look at Ender's Game, Gavin Hood's adaptation of the 1985 Orson Scott Card sci-fi novel of the same name. Hugo's Asa Butterfield stars as the titular gamist, while Harrison Ford plays his instructor, Colonel Graff, with all the familiar,... / Continue →
Despite having made some of the more violent and profane mainstream American films of his time, Martin Scorsese would like to be allowed around your children, everyone. As an offering toward that, he presents to us Hugo, his 3D adaptation of the Caldecott Medal-winning novel Th... / Continue →