Edit: X2 was an excellent adaptation of a complicated comic series that managed to fit in a whole bunch of story lines without creating an incoherent result. I think that bodes well for Ender, although I'm a bit concerned about this becoming too much of an action movie. I hope they manage to keep the focus on Ender as a person, rather than the sci-fi background elements of the story.
I generally do not lack for imagination, but I have trouble seeing Ender's Game as a movie. Not the action but the psychology. Or, rather the psychology in action. Seen from the outside, there's a bunch of children fighting and even killing. Reading the book, don't think of them as children so much as characters. How do you translate that to celluloid?
quote: The project is one close to the heart of one of the writers. "My parents gave me the book when I was a kid, and it is the reason I fell in love with science fiction and is somewhat responsible for what I am doing for a career," said Dan Harris to Variety.