As it becomes clear to the Colonel that the young recruit doesn't like taking orders, he comes up with a solution to give Ender his own army.
A new clip for "Ender's Game" has just arrived, featuring Harrison Ford and Asa Butterfield as Colonel Graff and Ender respectively. The Colonel points out the young recruit's excellent performance in his class, but at the same time, he also notes his "habit of upsetting his commander."
"I find it hard to respect someone just because he outranks me, Sir," Ender says, to which Graff replies, "That puts you in a difficult position, doesn't it? You don't like taking orders ... perhaps you'd prefer to give them." The Colonel then offers the boy to lead the Dragon Army, which discontinued four years ago.
Set in the near future when a threat from a hostile alien race is looming, the movie will follow Ender in his training to prepare for the next invasion. He quickly and easily masters increasingly difficult challenges and simulations, and eventually leads his fellow soldiers into an epic battle that will determine the future of the human race.
The adaptation of Orson Scott Card's book of the same title will hit theaters across the country on November 1.