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Has Chiwetel Ejiofor Really Been Cast In Star Wars Episode VII? Or Does The Evidence Point Elsewhere?
There might not have been any fewer official announcements about this film than other, similarly sized pictures but there’s certainly a lot more fans getting vocal about their impatience.
Win! An Ender’s Game Poster Signed By Harrison Ford, Ben Kingsley, Asa Butterfield And Hailee Steinfeld
I want this for myself, but I can’t have it. In order to mark the release Ender’s Game into UK cinemas, here’s a Brits-only competition. If you’d like to win an Ender’s Game poster signed by Harrison Ford, Ben Kingsley …
A look at the concept art that fed into the upcoming feature film adaptation.
Video: Benedict Cumberbatch And Harrison Ford Brilliantly Fail To Deny They’re In Star Wars Episode VII
This just went out on BBC One in the UK. It’s very funny and you’ll be left convinced of the real casting status quo.
Apologies for my paucity of blogging, I’m overseas with a broken internet situation and while this story is costing me a little cash money and a lot of sweat to post, it’s just too interesting to pass over.
Last night, I pushed Becky Lewis onto the frontline at the Ender’s Game red carpet. Armed with questions we’d prepared together, she was ready to snare the talent.
Harrison Ford recruits Asa Butterfield for Dragon Army.
Harrison Ford, Asa Butterfield, Hailee Steinfeld, Ben Kingsley, Gavin Hood, Bob Orci and Gigi Pritzker will all be there.
The Expendables was very bad, The Expendables 2 was slightly better but still pretty dreadful. And yet I’m very hopeful about The Expendables 3. Because of one man.
Ender’s Game is about to start. This final trailer lays out the rules.
Stallone finds two actors who aren’t greedy and lazy.
Ford in, Willis out. And Stallone makes it clear that he’s happy about both of those facts.
Ender’s Game SDCC Panel Video With Harrison Ford, Asa Butterfield, Hailee Steinfeld, Gavin Hood, and Roberto Orci
Ender’s Game is at Comic Con 2013 aka SDCC 2013, and Beyond The Trailer host Grace Randolph brings you their panel featuring interviews with Harrison Ford, Asa Butterfield, Hailee Steinfeld, director Gavin Hood and producer Roberto Orci.
While there might yet be a character poster campaign for the film, it won’t be this one.
They’re rather impressive and very persuasive; I’m half-tempted to join up myself.
I can already imagine a fan war between this and the Hunger Games. It is going to be brutal. In a fan war way.
It seems that Lucasfilm’s plans for a new Star Wars trilogy were actually rather advanced before the Disney deal took place. Rumours did start as far back as 2009, and those original stories are looking more and more on the money day by day.
Harrison Ford is to play his second TV news broadcaster in just three years. Can’t say I blame him, what with all the sitting down and lack-of-snakes.