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On the heels of Ender Game’s first poster debuting today, the film’s producer revealed that the Ender’s Game trailer will premiere with Star Trek Into Darkness.

Tweeted Rob Orci in response to a fan:

See the high-res Ender’s Game poster and new synopsis!

Orci also added a new entry to the Ender’s Game blog last night, offering an update on the film’s post-production. “We are now well into post production and the famous zero gravity battle room scenes are looking fantastic,” he wrote. “We started a year ago by sending our talented young actors off to a “space camp” to train under the guidance of real NASA astronauts. They learned to move in zero gravity environments and experienced the wonderful feeling of weightlessness. Mix in some truly incredible visual effects work and today we are looking at battle room scenes that will blow your mind!”

The Star Trek sequel hits theaters May 17, 2013, so we may see the Ender’s Game trailer online earlier in the week.

The decision to run the trailer in front of Star Trek is obvious; both appeal to science fiction audiences. The book to film adaptation of Orson Scott Card’s work is highly-anticipated and long awaited.

Thanks to Fangirlish for the tip.

  • http://twitter.com/knp123 Katelyn Perry

    This is fantastic!!! I am so excited!

  • Jack

    That sounds so cool!!!

  • Shelby_W

    As if I wasn’t excited enough for Star Trek!

  • http://xyue-mayx.deviantart.com/ Dreamer

    I was already excited to see Star Trek, now I’m dying. May couldn’t come faster!

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