Ender’s Game Clip Shows Off a Bit More Dogfighting [Video]

Folks, I'm really excited.

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Exclusively premiered at San Diego Comic-Con, this clip of Ender’s Game gives us the a much longer glimpse of alien battles, with Harrison Ford explaining why exactly humans can and will do some serious alien killing. Ford might no longer look like the ladies’ man professor-slash-archaeologist-slash-mercenary-slash-scoundrel of yesteryear, but he still sounds determined enough to kick my butt.

The film, also starring Asa Butterfield and Abigail Breslin, is set to release November 1st.

(via Yahoo)

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