Oct. 28 - Harrison Ford and Sir Ben Kingsley talk about the job that young people are tasked with in dystopian futuristic film ''Ender's Game.'' Roselle Chen reports.
Futuristic film "Ender's Game" stormed through cloudy skies for its Los Angeles premiere on Monday (October 28). Veteran actors Harrison Ford and Sir Ben Kingsley hit the red carpet to talk about the film's plot of young people trained in warfare. SOUNDBITE: Harrison Ford, "Ender's Game" co-star, saying (English): "Young people appropriate information so much more quickly than the older people. They're judged to be the best soldiers for this kind of war." SOUNDBITE: Sir Ben Kingsley, "Ender's Game" co-star, saying (English): "I think it's not war, it's how we really do have a relationship with the young now that's different than anything we've ever known before, in terms of them being a huge market, in terms of them being hugely and easily influenced." The film follows an extremely intelligent child, Ender, who is sent to train as a military specialist to organize the fight against future alien invasions. A trailer scene shows Ender directing explosive large-scale warfare in space, while adults in the dystopian world marvel at his skills. "Ender's Game" releases in U.S. theaters on November 1.