Ender's Game is a brilliant book, I hope they do it justice. If I don't go see it in the theater it will be because I'm afraid of them fucking it up. I think that the idea of ignoring art because of the artist is ridiculous. You can say Orson Scott Card is a homophobic jackass, fair enough, I agree. Old people are generally bigoted about something, if it isn't homosexuality it's probably Blacks or Mexicans or people with long hair, but if you talked to them when they were young they would probably be complaining about how old people were bigoted against the Irish for no reason (yes it was a thing) and you probably have some kind of bigotry based on your day and age that your children will try to ignore while visiting you in the old folks home. Here's the thing, they're dying. Take what they have that's worth having while they're there to give it. If you only enjoy the art of pure people you are going to have a serious shortage of things to admire. Van Gogh committed suicide, mortal sin. Picasso was a womanizer. Edgar Allen Poe was an alcoholic. Bob Dylan is a terrible human being. Dali's ego could sink a ship. Whoever your favorite musician is that you're listening to right now probably killed a hooker in Vegas and their manager covered it up. You have to appreciate the art for what it is, only egotists think they make art. Art happens, it finds a portal and comes forth from our collective unconscious. If someone does a good job of bringing that out, transcribing the soul of a generation, we should enjoy the product, not obsess about the instrument that it came through.