Did you see the Enders Game trailer the other day? We fell in love with it and the music. So you are asking, who is the composer? Well, that would be Steve Jablonsky (Transformers). There were previous rumors James Horner was the composer, but he never was.
Did You Miss the ‘Enders Game’ Google Hangout? No Worries – We have it for you! »
We all know that you love your fan sites, your entertainments sites, and everything in between. But nothing beats the official sites, with exclusives even we couldn’t give you. Great news Ender’s Game Fans! The IF-Sentinel.com is now active. Head on over to learn about everything Ender’s Game.
Don’t forget that tomorrow is the World Premiere of the Ender’s Game Trailer only on Google and YouTube. We’ll be on the Hangout! Will you?
ENDER’S GAME – Teaser Trailer Announcement & Preview »
The world premiere of the first teaser trailer for ENDER’S GAME will debut during a Google+ Hangout on Tuesday, May 7 @ 1:00 PM PT / 4:00 PM ET. The event will also feature a live conversation with director Gavin Hood (X-MEN ORIGINS: WOLVERINE), producer Bob Orci (STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS) and star Asa Butterfield (HUGO).
Stars Harrison Ford and Asa Butterfield want to say hello and show you a sneak peek of the first footage ever released of the highly anticipated epic adventure:
You can tune in to the live Google+ Hangout at YouTube.com/EndersGameMovie and Google.com/+EndersGame. Fans are invited to submit their questions for a chance to have them answered in the Hangout. Join in the conversation online using #EndersGame.
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What do you think of the first look of Ben Kingsley in Enders Game. I personally love the look.
What does Ben Kingsley have to say about Enders Game?
“In the script, which I think is beautifully written, what come across is the authority and mystery,” Kingsley said of Rackham, a man who saved earth once and may have to do it again. “There’s quite a lot said about him in the story before you see him — by the recruits and by his fellow officers — and that’s useful as far as preparations.”
We personally can’t wait!
Teaser Trailer News! First Look at Ben Kingsley Coming Tomorrow! »
Enders Game fans! There is a lot coming up that we can look forward to. This starts with we have a date for the trailer. MAY 7th! Who is excited? The teaser trailer will debut on Google & YouTube on Tuesday, 5/7.
At this time we are also thrilled to announce that you will get your first look at Ben Kingsley as Mazor Rackham tomorrow (5/1).
We are super excited about Ender’s Game. Can not wait. They showed footage at Cinemacon today. Would have given a lot to be there.
Collider talked to Asa about the movie.
Collider: Were you familiar with the Ender’s Game novel before you got the role?
Asa Butterfield: I read the book as soon as they had started casting. Before then I hadn’t heard of it, no.
I was curious about that, because it’s always interesting to see how actors approach characters that are already out there and have been for a number of years.
Butterfield: Well, when you have a book as material as it is, it’s a lot easier to create a character because you have so many resources to draw upon when acting. Me and Gavin [Hood], the director, before I even got the part, had many Skype calls about how we both viewed the characters and we shared our opinions and we discussed what made him tick. That was really helpful for getting the part so that straight away I knew what I was doing and how Ender was going to be played.
Speaking of Gavin, I know you got to work with Martin Scorsese on your last picture, Hugo. I was curious about Gavin Hood’s style of directing, how he interacts, how he sets up scenes.
Butterfield: Gavin is an amazing director. I haven’t worked with a director like him. Whereas other directors are quite passive with how they let their actors work, Gavin – especially because he wrote the screenplay – he already knew exactly how he wanted the characters to be. Of course he let us bring our own ideas to it. He was always very enthusiastic, he was always encouraging us, he was always there on the stage. If we needed motivation he was there shouting at us … not angry, just to get the right emotion. Because there were a lot of child actors on the set, the enthusiasm that he brought really got us into that sort of mindset, so it was really helpful.
You bring up an interesting point. What was the mood like on the set? For a lot of time it’s just you and the other students. Were you guys all friends? Were you goofing around, especially at the end of a long day?
Butterfield: Yeah, this is one of the first films I’ve done where there has been a ton of kids, both extras and main cast. We got on really, really well. We did have a lot of hanging out and we had a great time. Of course, we’re doing a film so we had to be professional. We had actors like Harrison Ford and Sir Ben Kingsley on set, so not only did they help us stay in character even when we weren’t filming, they were really inspirational to watch them act, for all of the actors.