Orson Scott Card is well-known for his most popular contribution to science fiction literature, Ender’s Game. Card is now also a co-producer on the upcoming film adaptation set for release on November 1st, 2013. He also finds time to contribute a column in the local newspaper in Greensboro, North Carolina. His latest article focuses his thoughts on why The Avengers works, describing his time on-set during the making of Ender’s Game, and some insight into what makes actor Harrison Ford so good at his craft:
“The odd thing is that Harrison Ford gets little credit for the brilliance of his acting, because he’s so real that audiences think that’s just how he is. Nonsense. Ford is a very inward man; everything he does on screen is acting, it’s all very, very hard to do, and the fact that you think he’s just being himself tells you how outstanding an actor he is.”
Read more of his column online at the Rhino Times.