Ender’s Game cast talk Orson Scott Card controversy

Harrison Ford and more talk boycott...

Ender’s Game was hit by controversy earlier this year, when equality groups such as GLAAD called for a boycott of the movie, thanks to original author Orson Scott Card’s heavily right-wing views.

Those views can’t be found in the film adaptation, so we decided to talk to the director and cast members about what they thought of the controversy.

You can see that below, with Harrison Ford, Sir Ben Kingsley, Gavin Hood and more, all offering their views.  

Ender's Game is in cinemas tomorrow. 

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    • secstash

      Oct 25th 2013, 11:47

      Hell yes i am! Looking forward to seeing one of my favorite novels on screen.

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    • jonserianni

      Oct 30th 2013, 22:43

      Yes, because his politics are nowhere to be seen in the book and because people's politics have nothing to do with their ability to write or do anything for that matter. It is odd that groups founded on asking for tolerance are so intolerant when people don't see things as they see things. Just imagine how the entertainment world would react if there were groups calling for boycotting a film because an actor or a director were gay. Tolerance has never been a one-way street.

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