Ender’s Game Panel in MCM London Comic-Con

In their final stop in the Ender’s Game Europe tour the cast touch down in London to attend the Ender’s Game panel at the MCM London Comic-Con.

In the last photocall destination, they looked amazing as they posed for pictures and discussed Ender’s Game and more with fans in attendance.

You can check out more pictures of the cast at Getty Images.

In hopes of saving some time with my daily chores, I’ll just be posting these interviews from the cast at MCM London Comic-Con.

Sources: HeyUGuys and DailyMail


Bob Orci Speaks of Filming the Unfilmable Ender’s Game


With other Sci-Fi works in his pocket producer Roberto Orci took the challenge to create Ender’s Game into a motion picture after even Orson Scott Card, author of Ender’s Game, called the novel “unfilmable”.

“I heard various pitches of the movie over the years that totally changed the ending and made it like ‘Star Wars’ in a sense, like totally like ‘and then they go and they blow up the Death Star,’ essentially. Completely changed what the intent of the book was,” Orci tells Zap2it. “We just thought audiences have seen everything nowadays. They’ve seen all the big spectacle, now they can handle this movie now, and it’s still spectacle but it’s still a young protagonist in an adult situation dealing with war and peace and tolerance and all kinds of other things.”

He goes on to talk about rights to possible sequels to Ender’s Game and the parallel story Ender’s Shadow.

You can watch a video of the interview at Zap2it.

Source: Zap2it

MTV’s Interview With Harrison Ford and Bob Orci

MTV Comic-COn interview

Wow during the buzz of Comic-Con 2013 I totally forgot to post Josh Horowitz’s interview with Harrison Ford, Colonel Hyrum Graff and producer Bob Orci. They had great laughs and it’s hilarious (at the same time nerve racking because I knew half of the answers) watching Harrison Ford and Bob Orci answering the trivia questions at the end.

Here’s part 1

Here’s a video on their discussion of Star Wars

Source: MTV

Interview’s With the Cast at the Ender’s Game Fan Experience

Peri Nemiroff, an entertainment journalist (you might have read some of her coverage from many movie sites) made her way through the Ender’s Game Cast on Wendsday night, preview night.

During the Ender’s Game Fan Experience on the preview night she got the chance to interview Director Gavin Hood, Producer Roberto Orci, Asa Butterfield and Hailee Steinfeld.


Ender’s Game Press Conference at Comic-Con 2012

WeLiveFilm posted a video of the Hall H panel that included Director Gavin Hood, Producer Roberto Orci, Asa Butterfield, Hailee Steinfeld, and Harrison Ford.

Ender’s Game Fan Experience Preview Night At Comic-Con 2013

Last night was the preview night for the Ender’s Game Fan Experience. Before the event took place we started seeing some amazing pictures of the tent being built and Ender’s Game making it’s appearance visible. While last night also many media outlets and the fansites did press conference with some of the cast, they also had the chance to enter the journey of battle school.

Here’s a collage of photos from the Ender’s Game Fan Experience taken by different media sites.


Empire Online:

First Showing:

Screen Invasion:


To check out more pictures of the Fan Experience and read more about the walk through you can go to each website (linked below) to get more news and updates.

Source: CinemaBlend, Screen Invasion, Empire Online, First Showing, JustJared

Ender’s Game at Comic-Con 2013


Summit released today that they will be taking a big leap from what we have been seeing on the IF Sentinel site. With interactive rooms showcasing real film props, a cast panel and some never before seen footage those attending will have a fan experience that wouldn’t want to be missed. See the press release here:

Hall H Panel – The studio’s panel on Thursday, July 18th will feature ENDER’S GAME filmmakers and cast, including producer Bob Orci, director Gavin Hood, and cast members Harrison Ford, Asa Butterfield, Hailee Steinfeld and Abigail Breslin.

Exclusive Fan Experience – Attendees will be able to visit an elaborate, specially constructed ENDER’S GAME exhibit outside of the Hilton Gaslamp, featuring 8 unique rooms representing the most iconic environments of Ender’s world, complete with original film props and set pieces used in the movie.  Throughout the experience, attendees will be able to see exclusive film footage on LED screens, interact with new digital content, integrate photos of themselves into the highly anticipated Battle Room, and register to win a home make over.

Convention Floor Booth – Summit Entertainment’s booth located within the Grand Hall will highlight ENDER’S GAME footage. Premium promotional items will be distributed to the 120,000 attendees walking the convention floor, and booth visitors will be given the opportunity to win “fast passes” to the ENDER’S Game Exclusive Fan Experience, granting them entry without having to wait in line.
To participate in the the panel and the convention booths you definitely need a badge, but you are in luck if you don’t have one. The exclusive fan experience is available outside the convention lines so fans without badges can also check it out.

This is an awesome way to showcase the Ender’s Game world. Expect many fans to visit the experience. It’s a set visit made especially for fans.

Who’s going to Comic-Con 2013? I’m setting my plans to visit so let me know and we can have an Ender’s Game Fandom round-up.