Photo: Bonzo and Ender; Plus Lot’s of Hi-Res Images

Cosmic Book News has released 38 Hi-Res images that include many stills we have already seen but also a few that are new. Check out the new stills that include Bonzo confronting Ender, Ender and Colonel Graff ready to launch and a Smiling Major Anderson.

To see the rest of the Hi-Res images go to Cosmic Book News.

Some of the stills aren’t too surprising because we’ve seen the scenes countless times in the trailer and TV spots but how about the still with Bonzo and Ender? Probably Bonzo is confronting Ender because of his disobedience in the battle room or is he pretending to yell at Ender in order to keep his command in his army?

Let us know in the comments what you think.

Source: Cosmic Book News


New Photos from the Set of Ender’s Game, Stills and Hi-Res Images!

The Italian entertainment news website, ComingSoon.Net, has released a gallery of images, some already previously released and some new stills including Abigail Breslin as Valentine Wiggin and Colonel Graff visiting Ender at the Wiggin house.

They also have some behind-the-scenes photo’s from the set that look pretty amazing and a couple of Hi-Res images of stills from the movie trailers and TV spots.

Valentine Wiggin



You can go to ComingSoon.Net for a look at all the photos they released.

How excited are you for the movie? We have 21 days left until the L.A movie premiere.

Ender’s Game premieres November 1st.

New Scans of Ender’s Game 2014 Wall Calendar

Yesterday we posted some new images of the Ender’s Game wall calendar that were shared by our friends at Ender News. Just today I got my calendar in the mail thanks to Amazon. I have some higher quality scans of the new images you can find in the calendar, while others include already released stills by Summit.

While some are small and I was able to scan them others were just too big to fit on my low scaled scanner so I refrained from scanning because I didn’t want to give you a half image. I’ll see what I can do with the bigger images I couldn’t scan but enjoy these.

Let me know what you guys think of the new images. It looks like Ender is facing Bonzo in the mess hall in one still while a favorite of mine is Petra and Ender holding hands and smiling like Friends usually do, right?

Ender’s Game premieres November 1st.

Photo: New Stills Revealed from Ender’s Game Calendar

Our friends at Ender News were given images of the stills that are featured in the 2014 Ender’s Game Wall Calendar. Thanks to Ender’s Game fan Kelson, who also won the auction for the Ender’s Game movie premiere tickets, we have some new stills to look at which include Valentine and Ender, a first look at Bean as a launchy, Dragon army and Ender in the mess hall.

Source: Ender News

First Photo from the Ender’s Game Movie

Entertainment Weekly has released the first still from the Ender’s Game movie!

Ender's Game Movie still. Asa Butterfield Harrison Ford Colonel Graff Ender

In the photo above, we get a first glimpse of Hugo’s Asa Butterfield (right) as Ender, standing in line with other new recruits (a.k.a. “Launchies”) early on at his time in the Battle School. He’s facing off with the imposing Colonel Graff (Harrison Ford) over whether his emails to home are being blocked. It’s telling that the two characters are clashing over communication, since they’ve got major communication issues with each other. In the novel, Ender could never be sure whether Graff was manipulating him, or whether he simply saw great potential in him and wanted to foster it.

The article also goes on to describe the relationship between Ford and Butterfield during filming, as well as Asa rising up to the challenges of the role:

The actors tried to mirror their characters’ emotions. “The relationship between [Harrison] and Asa was very close,” explains Hood, “but he didn’t overly befriend him off the set. He helped Asa by allowing that slight sense of intimidation to be there.” Getting intimidated by Indiana Jones himself? Sounds like a cinch! What was harder for the cast of children (Check out the full cast gallery) was filming the movie while going to school. “The kids have to attend school for at least three hours of class every day, plus do homework, so you can only shoot with someone like Asa for five hours of your day,” says Hood. “There was no time for fooling about or not knowing your lines or being unprepared.”

To everyone’s delight, Butterfield (along with every child actor) proved himself a true professional. “Asa being prepared meant that we could focus on the scenes, and these are complicated scenes for a young actor,” says Hood.

Check out the full article here!

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How does the first still look to you? Are you even more excited about the movie? Are there any concerns about the look of the actors or the set? Let us know in the comments!