'Ender's Game' Kicks Off Your Official 2013-2014 Guide to YA Movies
After decades of hype, more than half a dozen attempts, and a controversy that might just lead to a boycott, Ender's Game is finally coming to the big screen. The film adaptation of Orson Scott Card's classic YA sci-fi novel hits theaters on Nov. 1, and if reviews are to judge, both fans of the book and filmgoing newcomers will be more than pleased with the result.
For those of you who have been waiting years for Ender's Game to get its big-screen adaptation, choosing to see the fantasy film, which takes place in a post-alien attack future where young children are trained for combat, is a no-brainer. Yet for the rest of us who have trouble keeping track of all the young adult book-to-movie adaptations being released this coming year — and there are plenty — we need some guidance in deciding which ones to see and which ones to skip. For every Hunger Games, there's a Mortal Instruments, and there's just too many of them coming out in the coming months to take our chances. To help you figure out which teen-based film is right for you, here is Bustle's guide to to the next year in YA movies.