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Viola Davis, Harrison Ford, Brave Wet Weather For ‘Enders Game’ Premiere

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The cast of Gavin Hood’s Enders Game braved the cold, drizzly Los Angeles weather on Monday night to attend the premiere of the highly anticipated Sci-Fi flick.

The film, which is based on the 1985 best selling novel, has quite the all star cast. Viola Davis, Harrison Ford, and Ben Kingsley are just a few of the big names featured in the film, but it’s the children actors in the movie that critics are raving about.

“They come in with such enthusiasm about the work, and then come in 100% where as you, you can kind of get just jaded after while being in this business and a little bit cynical. They remind you of why you really actually became an actor to begin with,” Viola told us.

Ben Kingsley also talked about the kids, revealing that the youngsters made him better at his craft. “A lot of this wonderful generation of actors, they up our game because we can’t cheat,” Kingsley said. “Their acting is very pure.”

Hugo’s Asa Butterfield, who plays the role of Ender, shared with HipHollywood that he is thrilled to be part of such a great film. “I’ve had such a great experience bringing this character Ender to life, it’s very memorable,” he shared.

And leave it to Ford to explain the main reasons why families are going to love this film. “It’s a whopping big movie, with fantastic effects. It’s a world you’ve never seen before. Wonderful performances from the young people, and has real emotional heart to it.”

Enders Game hits theaters November 1.

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Katt Williams Is Ready For His Comeback: “My Only Goal Is Getting Better”

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Katt Williams is ready for his triumphant return!

After a series of arrests and bizarre incidents in 2016 that seemed to overshadow his public persona, Williams told HipHollywood he’s getting back to work and putting his personal issues behind him.

“Remember none of those things have ever been about work,” he said when asked if he hopes his new projects will overshadow his past missteps. “It’s more about having to deal with situations that are purposely thrown in your direction, and so I’ve been successful in the fact that I’m not nearly as good as I’m going to be,” he explained.

But if you’re thinking the 46-year-old comedian is in denial about his issues, he says absolutely not.

“I’m not one of those people that doesn’t recognize he’s stumbled,” he asserts. “I embrace the stumble because I know I’m going to come back faster than before, so my only goal is getting better at all points.”

And with six projects slated for release including the comedy, Father Figure with Owen Wilson and Ed Helms, Williams appears to be back on the right track.

“I’m really in each of these comebacks trying to be a better person than the person that left, and if you liked that person this is just a better version than that because that’s what I’m on.”

You can see Katt dishing more positivity in the exclusive clip below, and be sure to see Father Figures when it hits theaters December 22.

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