Science-fiction writer Orson Scott Card has announced that he'll be writing a new set of sequels to the popular "Ender's Game" series.
The announcement comes on the heels of the highly anticipated release of the first book's film adaptation, featuring actors Harrison Ford and "Hugo" star Asa Butterfield.
The plot of the original books revolves around children who are trained in military arts in what Card calls "Battle School." He says the new sequels will build off that idea, but in a postwar period.
"It's about what happens to Battle School after the International Fleet loses its purpose of war," Card said in a video posted to the Southern Virginia University YouTube account.