Probable ‘Ender’s Game’ Movie Props

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Construct NOLA is a fabrication design company in New Orleans, the ‘Ender’s Game’ filming location. They report some picture of props that may be from the ‘Ender’s Game’ film. The prop below may be a battle school hallway door.

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This doorway is very similar to an ‘Ender’s Game’ hallway door design by the film’s art director, Clint Wallace. The original image has been removed, but Darian has recreated the image below. Note the doorway in the background; the niches in the above images are probably meant to lock the door frame into place.

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The above image shares similarities of this set photo from the Official Production Blog. It’s probably a wider angle of the set photo.

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Also, a company called PiCycle claims their design will be used as a prop in the ‘Ender’s Game’ movie. What you see below is a smart motorcycle-bicycle hybrid. It’s possible that this will be used as a futuristic¬†exercise cycle¬†in the battle room’s weight/gravity room.

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Finally, here are some more image from Construct NOLA. While we cannot link them specifically to the ‘Ender’s Game’ film, their design is similar to some of the battle school designs we’ve seen so far. The first image is described as a door and the second image is described as a screen.

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The ‘Ender’s Game’ film will be released in U.S. theaters on November 1, 2013.


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Probable ‘Ender’s Game’ Movie Props — 3 Comments

  1. The last image really looks more like one of the tables from the mess hall. When the raw stock is purchased (typically from McNichols) it would be called a screen.

    BTW, a “prop” is typically something hand-held (or there-abouts). These are set elements. The bikes would be props.

    http://www.mcnichols.com/viewer.htm (typical supply shop for this stuff, for scenic houses)

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