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    Nick Nolte Joins Darren Aronofsky's 'Noah,' Ethan Hawke & Asa Butterfield Go Punk In 'Ten Thousands Saints' & More

    With the movie set to open in just over two months, and with rumblings of behind-the-scenes battles between the director and studio having quieted, Darren Aronofsky is putting the final touches on his Biblical saga "Noah." And today he announced a new cast member, hitting Twitter saying: "just added...

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    Dustin Hoffman & Steve Buscemi Join Adam Sandler's 'The Cobbler' & More Casting Updates

    All the casting news that's fit to print! We reported last week on Dan Stevens attaching himself to the newest of Adam Sandler's periodic serious, grown-up movies (uh, not to be confused with his “Grown Ups” movies); this one's called "The Cobbler" and follows a cobbler (natch) who steps into his cl...

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    Ender’s Game

    The futuristic setting of the piece is beautifully realized, but it’s the emotional quotient that dominates and drives the film.

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    How 'Ender's Game' Is An Unintentional Metaphor For the Edward Snowden Affair

    "Ender's Game" is not only the most subversive blockbuster of the year (a sort of "Starship Troopers Junior," if you will) -- but also an elegant, if unintentional, allegory for the public narrative of Edward Snowden.

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    Review: 'Ender's Game' Starring Asa Butterfield, Harrison Ford, Hailee Steinfeld & Abigail Breslin

    For all of the considerable questions raised in “Ender's Game," director Gavin Hood's adaptation of Orson Scott Card's sci-fi novel, they ultimately all revolve around process. The film has numerous steps toward intergalactic war pitting Earth against an alien race and is most engaged when exploring...

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    Watch: 7 Clips From 'Ender's Game' Plus 2 New Mondo Posters

    In “Ender’s Game,” Asa Butterfield plays Ender, a bright young boy who’s been handpicked by Colonel Graff (played by Harrison Ford) to save the entire world and human race. No pressure. Colonel Graff is dead set on the boy, much to the hesitation of his colleagues, Mazer (Ben Kingsley) and Major Gwe...

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    New Images, Poster & 360 Panorama Tour From 'Ender's Game'

    While "Gravity" is racing into theaters today promising no shortage of sci-fi thrills, genre fans need not worry that it will be their only serving this fall. Next month, "Ender's Game" arrives with another sort of spectacle, though we're pretty sure you won't get a heart attack watching it.

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    Watch: Final Trailer For Sci-Fi 'Ender's Game' Lifts Off

    "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" won't be the only film this fall boasting an array of wacky names. The sci-fi blockbuster "Ender's Game" will be bringing folks named Ender, Mazer, Hyrum and Bonzo to tell Orson Scott Card's futuristic tale of kid killers in space (or something) and as yesterday's p...

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    Watch: Prepare For The Final 'Ender's Game' Trailer With This Preview

    Dancing around a controversy spurred by homophobic author Orson Scott Card, and continuing to remain somewhat of a question mark among the remaining blockbusters of the year, it could be argued that "Ender's Game" still has a considerable mountain to climb. But tomorrow will mark the start of the la...

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