If one wants to know the very essence of Hollywood creativity, look no further than Ender's Game. It is the very height of what makes Hollywood great: shallow, stupid, yet empty of ideas, it contains the most predictable twist ending in the history of science fiction.
Can you say "Last Starfighter"? Good. Now, say "Last Starfighter only much bigger" and you will get the idea.
But at least Last Starfighter (1984) had two things going for it. First, it was the last film performance of the great Robert Preston. And second it was a genuine use of computer graphics & animation in entertainment. I am pretty sure that this is a III (Information International) project and one that John Whitney, Jr had a hand in selling (e.g. getting the filmmakers excited about using computer animation in their film).
After all we are all going to be working for the Chinese, so its really not so different from what the rest of us will experience.
Ender's Game (2013) on IMDB
The Last Starfighter (1984) on IMDB
1. "Above the line" is a Hollywood term meaning many things. In classic Hollywood there was literally a line in the budget separating the producer, wrtier, director and stars from the rest of the crew.