What's the Difference between Ender's Game the Book and Ender's Game the Movie?

Science Fiction

Ender's Game

59%
Released: 1985
Author: Orson Scott Card

Ender's Game

41%
Released: 2013
Director: Gavin Hood
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Andrew "Ender" Wiggin
Andrew "Ender" Wiggin
Portrayed by: Asa Butterfield
Ender's Game Book vs Movie
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   Aliens are called Buggers Aliens are called Formics
   Ender eats pudding at lunch Ender eats a brownie at lunch
   Ender proves his dominance by killing those that bullied him including Stilson and Bonzo. He doesn't kill them.
   Ender starts the story as a 6 year old and at the end he is in his early teens. He is the same teenager through out the story.
   Ender hacks his chat feature on his desk to send the message, "Cover your butt. Bernard is watching. - God" He sends the message "Bernard is living proof that they still send chimps into space."
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I completely agree it is a stninnug book, yet my favourite of Orson Scott Card's novels is Speaker for the Dead. truely believable but alien aliens and incredibly moving. I want to meet the piggies. 07 Aug 2015 Anonymous
12 Aug 2015 Anonymous
I completely agree it is a stninnug book, yet my favourite of Orson Scott Card's novels is Speaker for the Dead. truely believable but alien aliens and incredibly moving. I want to meet the piggies.
07 Aug 2015 Anonymous
I completely agree it is a stninnug book, yet my favourite of Orson Scott Card's novels is Speaker for the Dead. truely believable but alien aliens and incredibly moving. I want to meet the piggies.
07 Aug 2015 Anonymous
I completely agree it is a stninnug book, yet my favourite of Orson Scott Card's novels is Speaker for the Dead. truely believable but alien aliens and incredibly moving. I want to meet the piggies.
07 Aug 2015 Anonymous
That's a sharp way of thnkniig about it.
06 Aug 2015 Anonymous
That's a sharp way of thnkniig about it.
06 Aug 2015 Anonymous
That's a sharp way of thnkniig about it.
06 Aug 2015 Anonymous
stupid
15 Jun 2015 Anonymous


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