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Trailer for Harrison Ford’s return to science-fiction Ender’s Game

Trailer for Harrison Ford’s return to science-fiction Ender’s Game
Brooke Campbell

Harrison Ford’s return to science-fiction (ahead of 2015’s “Star Wars Episode VII”, in which he’s said to be reprising his role as charming smuggler Han Solo) is just a few short months away now. Called “Ender’s Game”, based on the book by Orson Scott Card, it’s a space-set adventure featuring Ford as a grizzled mentor type to a youngster, played by Asa Butterfield, recruited by an advanced military school, prepping kids for war with aliens. Abigail Breslin, Hailee Steinfeld, Ben Kingsley, and Viola Davis also star in the film.

“Ender’s Game” is out November 1.

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