The ‘Ender’s Game’ prop auction begins today at 9 a.m. PDT.
Prop Store will auction official ‘Ender’s Game’ film production costumes and props.
The auction will be held exclusively online and will run for two weeks, ending on March 27. Each day, 40 news lots will be posted with each lost lasting for only 7 days. There are no reserves on any items.Click here to register,
Below is a preview of several items up for auction.
Beginning on March 9, Prop Store will auction official ‘Ender’s Game’ film production costumes and props.
The auction will be held exclusively online and will run for two weeks, ending on March 27. Each day, 40 news lots will be posted with each lost lasting for only 7 days. There are no reserves on any items.
Most of the lots include original costumes, props, and key set dressing pieces. The site currently features medical ID bands, a flash gun, and the formic mask Ender forces Peter to wear.
Click here to register and stay tuned for more ‘Ender’s Game auction news.
In January, Amazon partnered with Sandboxr, an online platform for 3D printing.
Since the release of the ‘Ender’s Game’ film, Sandboxr has offered a unique experience for ‘Ender’s Game’ fans. With the Unity Web Plugin, fans are able to customize and print their own movie props, including an formic mothership, an IF shuttle and an IF drone,
Sandboxr’s partnership with Amazon means that fans can more readily purchase these ‘Ender’s Game’ film memorabilia. Check it out!
‘Ender’s Game’ props, including costumes worn by Harrison Ford, may soon be available for auction.
In August, Prop Store announced that they would auction ‘Ender’s Game’ props on their website in partnership with Odd Lot Entertainment. .
Although no date or other information for the auction has been publicly announced, Prop Store recently added thousands of photos of ‘Ender’s Game’ props to their servers. In total there are 420 lots listed on Prop Store’s servers. The majority of listings are costumes: either flash suits or blue International Fleet jumpsuits. There are also desks/tablets, flash guns, battle school army patches, army logo signs, formic educational material, and much more.
Some of these costumes include specific characters like Ender Wiggin (Asa Butterfield), Colonel Graff (Harrison Ford), and Valentine Wiggin (Abigail Breslin).
Check out the photos below. More to be added soon.
[Photos removed at the request of Prop Store and Lionsgate]
In a newsletter Sunday morning, the publisher asked fans which Enderverse novel to publish next. According to the newsletter, ‘Ender’s Game’ author, Orson Scott Card, has suggested picking a novel from either the Shadow series or First Formic War series. Card also suggested publishing a complete collection of Ender short stories.
“Mr Card also suggested a collection of ALL the Ender universe short fiction,” reads the Centipede Press newsletter. “Something that has never been done, an ‘Anthology of all the Ender-related short fiction, including the ones in First Meetings and all the rest which have never before collected in one book.'”
What Enderverse material would you like to see published by Centipede Press? Leave a comment below!
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The long-awaited revised ‘Ender’s Game’ edition has been postponed.
At the end of July, Orson Scott Card’s wife requested help from fans to reconcile correct contradictions between ‘Ender’s Game’ and other novels in the series. She wrote, “It would be most helpful to have all of these posted by 15 August 2014, so I have time to do the rewrites and edits before the due date.”
Fans have anticipated this revised editions for years. When Card’s wife solicited help on Hatrack, it seemed as though the book would be published soon. However, months have passed with no release date.
We emailed Tor regarding this ‘Ender’s Game’ edition, and the email response we received from Tor in-part says, “The anniversary edition of ‘Ender’s Game’ has been pulled from the season and we currently don’t have a tentative date as to when we’ll be publishing it.”
Therefore, the revised ‘Ender’s Game’ edition was originally planned to be published this season, but has been pulled for unknown reasons. Of course this could be held as good news. Now Card has more time to collect corrections. If you wish to submit a correction, click here.
In tradition with recent years, ‘Ender’s Game’ author Orson Scott Card is offering signed, personalized copies of ‘Ender’s Game’ for sale via a Greensboro Barnes & Nobles location.
In addtion to ‘Ender’s Game’, this year ‘Earth Awakens’, ‘Ender’s Game’ and ‘Speaker for the Dead’ will also be offered for sale.
Local residents can stop by the bookstore at Friendly Center. These orders will be taken through Dec. 22.
Store location: 3102 Northline Ave, Greensboro, NC 27408
Those gift givers who do not live close enough to Greensboro should email the store. According to Card, “Let them know the titles you want, the names you want them signed for, and the address to which the books should be shipped after signing. Include your phone number, too, because a store employee will call you to get credit card information (we don’t want you including credit card info in emails!).” Remote orders will be accepted through Dec. 15.
Store email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The full list of novels for sale is listed below.
Boxed sets of all three hardcovers of ‘Pathfinder’, ‘Ruins’, and ‘Visitors’ (Note: Shrink-wrap so all three volumes can be signed) Hardcovers: ‘Ender’s Game’, ‘Earth Awakens’ (First Formic War #3), ‘Visitors’ (Pathfinder #3), ‘The Gate Thief’ (Mithermages #2) Trade paperbacks: ‘Pathfinder’, ‘Ruins’ (Pathfinder #2), ‘Enchantment’, ‘Magic Street’ Small format paperbacks: ‘Ender’s Shadow’, ‘Speaker for the Dead’
When the details for Centipede Press’s version of ‘Ender’s Game’ began to emerge, I knew the final product would be special. The artwork looked stunning, and Card’s original manuscript for the short story promised to be a cool relic. While I didn’t own a Centipede Press book, I knew the company had a great reputation for high quality and exceptional finish.
The only issue? The price. Even for passionate book collectors, $295 is expensive. Collectible books generally aren’t read. Instead, they sit on the shelf, occasionally invoking a quiet smile from their owner. Paying $295 for that can be challenging, especially for the budget conscious. But for collectors – or even for big fans of a particular novel – $295 isn’t out of the question if the edition hits all of the right notes.
Centipede Press’s final product does hit all of the right notes. With this edition, Centipede Press has under-promised and over-delivered. Every detail, from the cover to the feel of the paper, is stunning. The artwork helps bring the story to life. The book is signed and unexpectedly numbered.
To me the best feature is Card’s original manuscript for the ‘Ender’s Game’ novella. The manuscript itself is fascinating, showing Card’s original edits on a version typed by his mother. My favorite part, however, is his cover letter to Analog (which shows Card’s sassy side) and his extremely-touching dedication to his mother.
I’ve collected Card’s work for a long time. Centipede Press’s version of ‘Ender’s Game’ is the best version of the novel to date. (Take that, Easton Press!) But more notably, it is the best version of any of Card’s works to date. We can only hope for a limited edition of ‘Speaker for the Dead’!
According to Centipede Press, there are about 15 copies of this edition still available for purchase.
For $295 the set includes two volumes. The first volume contains a forward by Brandon Mull, an introduction by Card, Card’s original forward, the definitive version of ‘Ender’s Game’, an afterward featuring ‘Making Ender Smart’ by Card and select transcripts from ‘Ender’s Game Alive’. The second volume contains a letter to Analog from Card and Card’s original manuscript of his 1977 ‘Ender’s Game’ novella.
See more pictures after the jump. If you have any questions about this edition, leave a comment below.
Asa Butterfield, age 17, was honored at the Savannah Film Festival in Georgia on Saturday with the “Rising Star Award.”
In an interview Morning Star News, Butterfield admitted that ‘Ender’s Game’ is his favorite film he’s worked on. He goes on to say that he liked that he got to do many things that he would never have been able to do in real in the real world, such has use harnesses to fly in the battle room.
“‘Ender’s Game’ had a cast around my age,” said Butterfield.. “I’ve been really fortunate in working with actors who have all taught me something different. Ben Kingsley is one of the best actors I ever saw or worked with. Watching what he did was the best. It’s one of the perks of the business.”