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'Ender's Game' Recruitment Character Posters For Viola Davis, Nonso Anozie

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by Tambay A. Obenson
October 7, 2013 12:32 PM
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Neither of them features much in the film's trailer (there's a short glimpse at Viola Davis' character & I don't recall seeing any of Nonso Anozie's character), but here's a better (albeit static) look at both actors in costume, in character, as Maj. Gwen Anderson and Sergeant Dap, in the upcoming sci-fi adventure Ender's Game, based on the popular book by Orson Scott Card.

The film, directed by Gavin Hood (Tsotsiwho also wrote the screenplay adaptation, centers on a young strategist, Ender Wiggen, who is drafted by the International Fleet (the film’s global government and military organization, formed to unite Earth’s citizens after a devastating alien attack nearly destroyed humanity) to save the entire human race 70 years after a devastating alien war.

The world is saved by a white boy yet again. Yay!

Anozie and Davis belong to a cast that includes Harrison Ford, Ben Kingsley, Hallee SteinfeldAbigial Breslin and Asa Butterfield as Ender.

Take a look at the combined full character posters below, which are said to be a series of recruitment and propaganda images for the International Fleet.

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  • charles almon | November 2, 2013 10:31 AMReply

    So intelligent black women some time in the future will plop on wigs and false eyes lashes like bank tellers today?
    The hair and make up people should have given a LOT more thought to the character's appearance, ESPECIALLY as Viola has been sporting her natural on many occasions.
    Its. as if, they made a present day movie and a white gal went about her business made up like Marie Antoinette.

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