Thursday, May 30, 2013

Find out how you can get involved with the 'Dear Cassandra Clare' secret project.

Hey Shadowhunters around the world, the girls over at iFandoms Collide have a secret project going on that will give YOU the chance to show Cassie your love!

The project is called "Dear Cassandra Clare" and it entails you sending in a letter, photo, or artwork to PO BOX 9335 Whittier CA, 90608 USA. If you cannot send in your letter you can scan it in to Your letter, artwork, or photos will be collectively binded into a book along with those from fans around the world! The book's cover art is designed by a talented secret someone who we all hold dear to our heart.

The completed project will be presented to Cassandra Clare at the Los Angeles premier for The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones. You do not want to miss out on this opportunity! Like all big secret projects, there are rules, and here they are:

1. SHARE: Please share this info with all the TMI/TID fans you know! Share on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Instagram, whatever! We want to get as many contributions as possible. But be discrete! Don’t tell Cassandra! I’m sure she may find out anyway but we’d like to try as hard as possible to surprise her with this book at the premiere!
2. SIZE: All letters and pictures have to be standard letter size or smaller, meaning 8.5 in by 11 in. I’m not sure what that is in cm but its a standard notebook paper size. If they are not the correct size, I cannot guarantee they’ll make it in :(
3. LIMITATIONS: Letters/drawings cannot be more than 3 pages. Remember, we’re trying to get letters and drawings from people all over the world.
4. DEADLINE: Letters must be received at address or email by JULY 21st, 2013. Any letters or drawings received after this date are not guaranteed to be part of the book. You can start sending them now, of course :) *PLEASE NOTE: WE HAVE MOVED THE DATE UP TO MAKE IT IN TIME FOR THE L.A. PREMIERE.
5. Be Nice: Please keep in mind, these NEED to be appropriate. We are giving them to Cassandra Clare and I don’t want to give her anything offensive, crude, rude, or duck-worthy. We will be reviewing whatever it is you send us before putting it in the book so know that we will not put your contribution in if it is inappropriate.
6. SENDING IT IN: If you are unable to send it via mail, you are more than welcome to send it via email, as a scan. Keep in mind that it will be a print out of whatever you send and it may not be 100% clear. But you are more than welcome to email submissions to us as well at
PO Box 9335 Whittier CA 90608 USA

Robbie Sheehan and Jamie Campbell Bower promoting The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones

“Well, I’m not kissing the mundane," said Jace. "I’d rather stay down here and rot."
"Forever?" said Simon. "Forever’s an awfully long time."
Jace raised his eyebrows. "I knew it," he said. "You want to kiss me, don’t you?” 

Bromance never looked so good! Jamie Campbell Bower and Robert Sheehan reunited and it [fangirl] feels so good. posted this swoon worthy photo of Robbie and Jamie on the right as  Cassandra Clare shared the picture on the left of the two heart throbs having a chat about the Mortal Instruments: City of Bones.

Speaking of City of Bones, Robert Sheehan and fiction publisher Gill Evans stop to take a quick photo together at the City of Bones preview. Is that thumbs up Robbie's stamp of approval on the film?

Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Video: MTV's Exclusive Interview with Jamie Campbell Bower!

MTV teases us with another exclusive set interview with The Mortal Instruments cast. The interview introduces one of the amazing characters from the book series, Jace Wayland who is played by Jamie Campbell Bower. The interview also features Lily Collins who stars as Clary Fray and Cassandra Clare, the author of the fantastic series.


Even Jamie thinks Jace can be a little of a "d*****bag" from time to time.

You can also watch the video on and read their set report:
When MTV News visited the set of the urban fantasy (based on the best-selling novel by Cassandra Clare), the actor was quick to affirm that while his character is something of a jerk, it's a role he's relishing.
"What I love about him is the fact that he's actually a bit of a douchebag," Bower said during a 3 a.m. interview on the Toronto set. "He's not like a meathead, he's just sarcastic and rude."
And for good reason, as fans of the series can attest. Jace has a complicated background (one we'll leave vague to avoid spoilers), but suffice it to say, this history has gone a long way towards making him the oft-prickly character he is today. Bower commended director Harald Zwart for capturing not only Jace's moodiness, but that of the monster-ridden world in which he and his fellow Shadowhunters exist.
"I think there is a darkness that Harald has brought to the piece that is easily lost in adaptations, particularly of YA novels," Bower said. "And there's a reality to it, as well, which is nice. You know, it's very easy to go into fantasyland too quickly — he says wearing a dress, effectively. Every girl's got to have a little black dress — that's how I look at it."
Of course, it takes a lot more than black garb and strategically placed runes to embody the Nephilim."There's a lot of physicality to the role, as well," Bower continued. "Which has been difficult to prepare for, absolutely, but it's paid off, which is great. Like, not eating cookies is so hard."
And if you have any lingering doubts as to how effectively Bower embodies the mercurial teen, well, author Cassandra Clare is happy to attest.
"Personality-wise, Jamie is exactly like Jace," Clare said. "It's actually like interacting with Jace, talking to him. It's a little bit creepy."
Creepy in a good way, we're sure.

The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones comes out in theaters this August 21.

What do you think of this exclusive interview? Excited to see Jace on screen? Leave your comments below!

Tuesday, May 28, 2013

MTV Exclusive Interview Featuring Jace Wayland Coming Up This Wednesday!

Josh Horowitz spilled the news via twitter to keep a look out for another MTV exclusive of The Mortal Instruments set this Wednesday! Based on his tweet it seems as though we will get a chance to see more of Jamie Campbell Bower, who stars as Jace Wayland in the movie. Hope to see Jamie in those action scenes!
What do you guys think the exclusive will include? And what do you want to see? Leave your comments below!

Friday, May 24, 2013

CITY OF BONES to be featured on Entertainment Tonight on Monday!

Executive producer Martin Moszkowicz just announced that The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones will be featured on Entertainment Tonight's Summer Previews episode. 

Tune in on Monday, May 27th at 7pm EST to see what Entertainment Tonight has in store for us.

What do you think they'll show? Maybe some new footage? Tune in on Monday to see.

CCH Pounder lands role on 'Sons of Anarchy'

Shadowhunter fans of the hit TV series "Sons of Anarchy" will be seeing our very own Madame Dorothea soon.
CCH Pounder, who earned an Emmy nomination for playing Detective Claudette Wyms on "The Shield", will have a recurring part on Season 6 of "SOA," EW reports. She'll first show up in the season's second episode.
The casting reunites Pounder with "Sons of Anarchy" creator Kurt Sutter, who was a writer and producer on "The Shield." Much of the regular cast of that show, including Walton Goggins, Jay Karnes, Benito Martinez, Kenny Johnson and David Rees Snell, has since appeared on "Sons."
On "Sons of Anarchy," Pounder will play a prosecutor who crosses paths with SAMCRO.
Pounder currently has a recurring part on "Warehouse 13" and co-stars in the movie "The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones" as Madame Dorothea. The film is due in U.S. theaters August 21 and worldwide August 23.
"Sons of Anarchy" begins its sixth season on FX in the fall.
Source: zap2it

Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Secret TMI Project is live (early!)

The Fangirlish and Hypable super secret project for Jamie has gone live early!

You can see Cassie's reaction here

And visit the site here!

Jamie Campbell Bower to star in new 'Overdrive' film

Jamie Campbell Bower, star of The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones, has been selected to co star in the Antonio Negret movie Overdrive, which sees a change to the leading line up due to scheduling changes.
Overdrive has been long in development, which means that changes to the cast have had to be made. The original line up was going to see Karl Urban (Dredd 3D) and Sam Claflin (The Hunger Games: Catching Fire) star in Overdive but the two have since pulled out of the project. Now, Overdrive will see Travis Fimmel (Vikings) and Jamie Campbell Bower star in the lead roles.
Overdrive centers around two brothers,who have made a bit of name for themselves as accomplished car thieves. The two brothers decide to head to the South of France, for a permanent vacation, but things take a turn for the worse, when they get on the wrong side of the local crime.
Antonio Negret directs Overdrive,based on the screenplay which was developed by Derek Haas and Michael Brandt. Meanwhile, Taken director Pierre Morel will produce Overdrive,which begins shooting this year, with a 2014 release date.
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On top of the already amazing news that The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones will now be released in the US on August 21, we’ve now just received confirmation from executive producer Martin Moszkowicz that the second film, City of Ashes, will be distributed in 2014.

Martin Moszkowicz (@mmoszkowicz) tweeted at 2:06 AM on Wed, May 22, 2013: The Mortal Instruments - City of Ashes set up for worldwide distribution in 2014. Bye, bye Cannes… (

 Let’s say a big thank you to Martin and all those involved in getting this distribution deal!

Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Sony confirms August 21 release of THE MORTAL INSTRUMENTS

It has been confirmed by Sony Pictures…
The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones will release a few days earlier! Mark your calendars, the movie is now set to release Wednesday August 21st.
We are just 92 days away from release. Time to celebrate, Shadowhunters!

The Mortal Instruments film US release date moved to August 21

Shadowhunters, just when we think we are content with 94 days left to go until The Mortal Instruments: City Of Bones his the big screen, we get the big news via Cassie Clare that the movie has been moved to a release date of August 21.
She told TMI SOURCE:
“I’m really excited because it means the fans will get to see the movie earlier! It also reflects a lot of confidence in the film on the part of the studio to move it to a Wednesday release date so I’m really excited about that, too.”
We are waiting further confirmation whether this change in the US release date will spark any changes in international release dates.
Just 92 days to go!

MORTAL INSTRUMENTS star wanted for new Star Wars film

Our Valentine Morgenstern, Jonathan Rhys Meyers, may be set to glamour us in The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones but word is that Meyers could be set to reunite with his Mission: Impossible 3 director for Disney's Star Wars: Episode VII.
Latino Review report that J.J. Abrams wants Meyers for an unknown role in the highly anticipated sequel, which will reportedly feature Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford and Carrie Fisher.
Star Wars: Episode VII is scheduled to arrive in 2015 and set to shoot in the UK next year.
Little is known about the Return of the Jedi follow-up other that it is being written by Michael Arndt who wrote Toy Story 3 and the forthcoming The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.
You can check out Meyers as Valentine when The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones his theaters August 23.
What do you think? Would you be excited to see JRM in Star Wars? Share your thoughts below.

Monday, May 20, 2013

New 'City of Heavenly Fire' Snippet!

The New York Times Best selling author, Cassandra Clare just released another City of Heavenly Fire snippet via her tumblr account. Here it is:
His eyes shone when he looked at her, green as spring grass.He has always had green eyes, said the voice in her head. People often marvel at how much alike you are, he and your mother and yourself. His name is Jonathan and he is your brother; he has always protected you.Somewhere in the back of Clary’s mind she saw black eyes and whip marks, but she didn’t know why. He’s your brother. He’s your brother, and he’s always taken care of you.
The final novel of The Mortal Instruments will come out in March 2014! This will be a long and excruciating wait until we all find out the fates of these characters we have grown to love.

What do you all think of this new snippet? Leave comments below!

City of Bones sneak peek at Leaky Con!

LeakyCon announced on their site today that new footage of City of Bones will be debuting at LeakyCon Portland on June 29, 2013! 

Will you be at LeakyCon?  What are you hoping to see in this new footage?

See their announcement here:

TMI Fans! Show Jonathan Rhys Meyers your love!!!

The bad boy we love to hate, Valentine, has a birthday coming up! Our favorite Jonathan Rhys Meyers fansite is prepping their annual birthday post for Jonny, and they want the TMI fandom's help! Helen of @jrmeyerscom needs you!

It was a huge success last year, and we, as TMI fans should show our love!  Just follow the link below for all the details, and if you have any questions just find Helen on the twitter account above!!!

Music Monday #28: A look at Republic Records and their artists

We are all very excited about the thought of a soundtrack for The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones. We know that Republic Records will be releasing the soundtrack. I thought it would be nice to go through a list of some of our fave Republic Records artists, and see what songs of theirs might fit on this soundtrack. If it's not exactly a song you can hear on the soundtrack, think of this as a listening sample for the type of artists that I think would be great for the album.

Now I have no clue who they'll pick to be in this soundtrack. It could be one or two of these bands or maybe none of them. I'm just solely taking a look at the artists on Republic Records and seeing what they have to offer. They have a ton of great artists. You can go here to see the complete list. Here are just a few:

Let's first take a look at a Jessie J remix of "Price Tag" featuring Rizzle Kicks. Follower thought this was a "class tune" for TMI:

How about ever fandom's favorite songstress, Florence + The Machine in the video "Never Let Me Go" featuring our very own Jace, Jamie Campbell Bower:

We also have a TMI fan fave with Black Veil Brides. I've picked their song "In the End" for Music Monday before, so let's check out "Fallen Angels":

Here's one of my favorite new bands, Of Monsters and Men, doing "King and Lionheart". This band is on the charts for their song "Little Talks", I thought this one was a little more fitting for TMI:

Gotye's 2007 "Hearts a Mess" is not as well known as the 2011 hit "Somebody That I Used to Know", but the video is wicked and the music just reminds me of Valentine. Take a listen.

Alex Clare is probably best known in the U.S. for his song "Too Close", but I took a different approach and selected his cover of an Etta James track "Damn Your Eyes". It reminds me of Jace so much and how he is hesitant of Clary, or maybe of Simon getting his hopes too high with Clary... or maybe it's just Clary thinking of Jace. LOL... Just take a listen.

I'll give you a few more right in a row so you can get a feel for these acts:

What acts from this list do you like? Share your thoughts below!

Sunday, May 19, 2013

TMI Movie Premiere in London!

The Mortal Instruments author, Cassandra Clare took over twitter this afternoon to unite her shadowhunters all over the world to support the campaign for the City of Bones movie premiere in London! By the looks of it the only European premiere will be held in London, so European shadowhunters buy your airplane tickets now!
Of course Cassie's shadowhunters will help her out with the twitter trend, as you can see below #TMILondonpremiere trended worldwide!
How amazing is that! Based on all the support it's obvious it does not matter if there's only one premiere in Europe it's more than enough. Love how Cassie mentions Gossip Girl's Chuck Bass in that tweet!

Shadowhunter Tweets o' the Week: May 12-18, 2013

Clary Fray joins Pinterest. I think we can tell Sony Pictures thanks for spicing up an otherwise Mundane social experience. Cassandra Jean gives us some visual insight on Sebastian, and we took a look at 100 things to do before the TMI premiere. AAAANDDDD... By the Angel... we hit the 100 day mark this week in the countdown until The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones hits the big screens on August 23rd. There was a lot going on this week, so let's take a look at some of the best tweets from May 12-18, 2013.

Thursday, May 16, 2013

The Runaway Queen cover unveiled by Cassie Clare!

The cover for the latest installment in the Bane Chronicles: The Runaway Queen has just been released on Cassie Clare's tumblr. 

How amazing is the new cover?? I am loving Magnus' nails.

New 'Mortal Instruments' merchandise sneak peek

Feast your eyes on this, Shadowhunters!

The executive producer for The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones, Martin Moszkowicz, shared this image of early TMI merchandise on Twitter this morning via his @MMoszkowicz account. Martin has been at the Cannes Film Festival this week promoting both TMI and the soon to be realized Infernal Devices movie.
From what we can see this early merchandise includes a wide variety of t-shirt designs and other swag. What merch do you plan to purchase, Shadowhunters? Share your thoughts below.
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Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Harald Zwart returns as director for THE MORTAL INSTRUMENTS: CITY OF ASHES

Surrounded by a literal City of Bones, the director of the much anticipated MORTAL INSTRUMENTS: CITY OF BONES has revealed to Norwegian sites that he will be returning for the second film in the series THE MORTAL INSTRUMENTS: CITY OF ASHES.

“That the producer and studio begin on a sequel before the first has had a première, meaning they feel convinced that the film lives up to the expectations we have created in this important audience, and then some. That I have had an opportunity to do the sequel, is something I’m both proud and grateful, Zwart said in an interview in Aftenposten

”To be allowed to participate in establishing a franchise, which they call the series of films, is something most people dream of, but few get the opportunity. So I am very excited about the opportunity I now have,”  he said when talking to

Zwart worked closely with TMI author Cassandra Clare in making sure that the movie reflected her vision.

“She used the time to explain how important it was to her that it was Harald who was directing,” he told

I want to have [Geir Hartly Andreassen - cinematographer on COB] on the next well. But it’s early in the process, so we have not come that far yet. I do not even know if he can, he is a sought-after photographer,” Zwart said to Aftenposten. Andreassen is not yet signed on for City of Ashes. Andreassen shot The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones on 70mm film. Zwart explained the significance of that in the interview.

“We chose the movie because it gives much better film on the silver screen than digital production,” Zwart told Aftenposten.

Look for more news on City of Ashes as we also tick down to the final 100 days before the premiere of The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones when it hits theaters on August 23.
for,” he told Aftenposten.

(Thanks to TMI Source for getting the translation!)

City of Heavenly Fire snippet!

The wonderful Cassie Clare just gave us a new snippet from the highly anticipated City of Heavenly Fire. 

Check out the nee snippet:

City of Heavenly Fire snippet SPOILERS

 A moment later, Helen had returned; she was walking slowly now, and carefully, her hand on the back of a thin boy with a mop of wavy brown hair. He couldn’t have been older than twelve, and Clary recognized him immediately.Helen, her hand firmly clamped around the wrist of a younger boy whose hands were covered with blue wax. He must have been playing with the tapers in the huge candelabras that decorated the sides of the nave. He looked about twelve, with an impish grin and the same wavy, bitter-chocolate hair as his sister.

Jules, Helen had called him. Her little brother.

The impish grin was gone now. He looked tired and dirty and frightened. Skinny wrists stuck out of the cuffs of a white mourning jacket whose sleeves were too long for him. In his arms he was carrying a little boy, probably not more than two years old, with the same wavy brown hair that he had; it seemed to be a family trait. The rest of his family wore the same borrowed mourning clothes: following Julian was a brunette girl about ten, her hand firmly clasped in the hold of a boy the same age: the boy had a sheet of tangled black hair that nearly obscured his face. Fraternal twins, Clary guessed. After them came a girl who might have been eight or nine, her face round and very pale between brown braids. 

The misery on their faces cut ay Clary’s heart. She thought of her power with runes, wishing that she could create one that would soften the blow of loss. Mourning runes existed, but only to honor the dead, in the same way that love runes existed, like wedding rings, to symbolize the bond of love. You couldn’t make someone love you with a rune, and you couldn’t assuage grief with it, either. So much magic, Clary thought, and nothing to mend a broken heart.

“Julian Blackthorn,” said Jia Penhallow, and her voice was gentle. “Step forward, please.”

Julian swallowed and handed the little boy he was holding over to his sister. He stepped forward, his eyes darting around the room. He was clearly scouring the crowd for someone. His shoulders had just begun to slump when another figure darted out onto the stage. A girl, also about twelve, with a tangle of blond hair that hung down around her shoulders: she wore jeans and a t-shirt that didn’t quite fit, and her head was down, as if she couldn’t bear so many people looking at her. It was clear that she didn’t want to be there — on the stage or perhaps even in Idris — but the moment he saw her, Julian seemed to relax. The terrified look vanished from his expression as she moved to stand next to him, her face ducked down and away from the crowd.

“Julian,” said Jia, in the same gentle voice, “would you do something for us? Would you take up the Mortal Sword?”

Trend for tomorrow's #TMIMOVIE100 celebration

Tomorrow is a huge celebration! We will be at Day 100 in the countdown to the premiere of The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones. To celebrate, we've decided to trend #TMIMovie100 tomorrow (Wednesday) at 5 pm Eastern time.Oh We hope you will join us and share your love with Cassie Clare, the cast and crew of the film.

Monday, May 13, 2013

See through Clary's eyes on Pinterest!

Sony Pictures has just announced that Clary Fray has a Pinterest page. What to see through Clary's eyes? Go follow her on Pinterest and see what she sees.

Clary Fray

Life is art. Figuring it out one sketch at a time...


Jonathan Rhys Meyers Dracula trailer!

Holy Valentine! The trailer for Jonathan Rhys Meyers upcoming Dracula has been released! And it looks AMAZING! NBC has described it as a "limited series" playing on Fridays this fall.

Make sure to go visit our awesome friends @jrhysmeyerscom  to get the latest info and you can see their screen caps here!  I love Jonathan Rhys Meyers and I am super excited to see this show!

And you can like Dracula on FaceBook here

Friday, May 10, 2013

MAGNUS BANE 'City of Bones' character poster!

Hollywood Crush revealed the brand new Magnus Bane character poster for The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones. The new poster includes Godfey Gao as Magnus Bane with the tag line "An Instrument of Chaos"  and below that "Warlock".

Check it out:

This has to be my favorite poster so far! What do you guys think?

August 23rd, will be the day we get to see Godfrey Gao in action as The High Warlock Magnus Bane.

New Movie Still from 'The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones'

We've been spoiled with these new movie photos and posters. Here's another exclusive photo from The Mortal Instruments movie of Robert Sheehan as Simon Lewis in what looks like the Institute. We'll have to wait until August 23 to find out for sure! 

MortalMovie will be continuing the #MortalReveal today so make sure to follow them on instagram! 

Thursday, May 9, 2013

Sony Pictures unveils Valentine character poster!

Just Jared exclusively unveiled the Valentine character poster. The poster features Valentine standing in front of the city. 

What do you think of Valentine?

MSN Movie UK releases TMI movie poster

MSN Movie's UK site released their promo poster for The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones movie hitting theatres this summer.

The poster features Clary Fray, the Mundane with a very important family history, played by Lily Collins and Jamie Campbell Bower as Jace Wayland, everyone's favourite Shadowhunter.

Wednesday, May 8, 2013

Simon 'City of Bones' character poster revealed by Teen!

Teen has exclusively revealed the brand new City of Bones character poster of Simon Lewis. 

What are your thoughts on the new poster? 

Harald Zwart at Abbey Road Studios for TMI Score

The director of City of Bones movie, Harald Zwart tweeted a photo of himself at Abbey Road Studios in London. According to the photo they were recording Atli Örvarsson's score. Örvarsson has recorded scores for several other movies such as The Eagle, Vantage Point, Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters. The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones soundtrack will be released on August 20 according to Republic Records.

'MORTAL INSTRUMENTS' sequel to be offered to buyers at Cannes!

According to Variety, Mister Smith Entertertainment is to introduce The Mortal Instruments: City of Ashes to International buyers at Cannes next week.

Earlier today we learned that City of Ashes is slated to start filming this fall. Jess Postigo, who penned City of Bones has also penned City of Ashes.

Harald Zwart (“The Karate Kid”) returns to helm the sequel. Returning thesps are Lily Collins (“Mirror Mirror,” “The Blind Side”) and Jamie Campbell Bower (“Anonymous,” “Camelot”).

Robert Kulzer is producing for Constantin Film, alongside Don Carmody. Their credits include the “Resident Evil” franchise. Exec producers are Bob Shaye and Michael Lynne, who teamed on “The Lord of the Rings,” for Unique Features, and Martin Moszkowicz for Constantin.

Hopefully soon we will get an anticipated release date for City of Ashes soon.


CONFIRMED: 'CITY OF ASHES' slated for fall production

It has now been confirmed by executive producer Martin Moszkowicz that the next installment in The Mortal Instruments will begin production this fall.
We still have just a little more than 100 days until City of Bones hits the big screen (August 23), and it is great news to know that Harald Zwart will be at the helm for City of Ashes with Jamie Campbell Bower and Lily Collins on board. We've heard from some of the actors, including Robert Sheehan (Simon Lewis), that the stars have signed on for a three movie deal, so we feel confident that all the main actors will return. We are not sure if the previous statement that City of Glass will be shot immediately following the second film still holds true or if the second film will be shot in Toronto.
Shadowhunters, how excited are you to hear this news? Make sure to share your comments below.
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Monday, May 6, 2013

Lily Collins at the Met Gala

More photos are surfacing of Lily Collins at the Met Gala in New York. First we Lily and Jamie in a pic from Pixie Geldof, and now we see that Lily is definitely rocking the punk theme in her outfit!
What do you think of this look? Share your thoughts below!

Lily Collins & Jamie Campbell Bower at the Met Gala

Lily Collins and Jamie Campbell Bower attend the Met Gala at Metropolitan Museum of Art's in New York. Jamie was holding a punk sign to follow the punk theme of the gala. Based on the photo it looks like they stuck to the black color theme, well of course shadowhunters look better in black. Hopefully there will be more photos of them to come tonight!

(via Instagram account of Pixie Geldolf)

Enter to win Sam Cushion's Mortal Instruments Music Project

We've made it to 10,000 followers! To say thanks to all the amazing Shadowhunters out there who have fangirled with us over the past year, we want to start our 10k celebration by giving away 10 digital copies of Sam Cushion's "The Mortal Instruments Music Project part 1 - Shadowhunters", which is available on iTunes, Amazon and Spotify tomorrow. Just enter the raffle below starting at midnight tonight ET. This is an international give away, so everyone please enter! a Rafflecopter giveaway

A music video by Jamie Campbell Bower

I'm so proud that the actors in the TMI fandom share with us from time to time, and I couldn't help but really love the music video titled "Travel" that Jamie Campbell Bower (Jace) posted on his Tumblr recently. showing his various journeys.

Take a look:

He's done this in the past with Camelot, filming a short video with cast and crew of the 2010 show. Here's a clip from that.

Camelot 2010 from Jamie Bower on Vimeo.
Jamie does a great job as a music video director. Maybe he could have it as a side job between the TMI films...just a thought. You can keep up with the musings of Jamie on his Tumblr site Things What I have Seen.

Music Monday #27: Recording of The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones soundtrack begins and more

In case you missed it, Cassandra Clare gave us a peek of the orchestra recording the score for The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones. According to Cassie, recording of the TMI soundtrack has begun!

Too cool! The whole huge orchestra and everything.

Recording the score for Mortal Instruments: City of Bones at Abbey Road
arnyvadaszok: Too cool! The whole huge orchestra and everything. Recording the score for Mortal Instruments: City of Bones at Abbey Road

For those of you too young to know the significance of Abbey Road studios, it's where all the most famous of musicians have recorded.  The Beatles recorded almost all their albums and singles there from 1962 to 1970. On top of that, so many incredible recent soundtracks have been recorded there like Les Miserables, The Hobbit, Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1, and the list goes on and on.

I don't normally start off my Music Monday posts with news, but this is the first bit of news we've gotten in a while on the soundtrack. We know the composer, Atli Orvarsson, replaced Gabriel Yared on the project.  He's worked with Harald Zwart on Karate Kid and on Iron Man as well. I'm curious to know what orchestra is performing. I know it's just a matter of time before we get those details. 
In other news, we got the unofficial soundtrack from Sam Cushion. Sam is known in several fandom circles for his incredible unofficial scores, including The Hunger Games, Divergent and The Fault in Our Stars. The first of his TMI works is The Mortal Instruments Music Project Part 1: Shadowhunter. His album boasts twenty tracks, including songs for Clary, Simon and Jace. You can pick it up on his site here and on iTunes, Amazon, and Spotify tomorrow.

We want to give away some copies of Sam's soundtrack, but to do that, we need to get to 10,000 followers on Twitter! We have less than 50 to go, and then we will post the rafflecopter for this drawing.

In the meantime, take a listen to the first track called "The Mortal Instruments".

Also, we are going to be taking songs for the ultimate TMI character playlist. You can send your songs (make sure to put the title, artist and wwhich character it reminds you of and why) to

Saturday, May 4, 2013

Robert Sheehan on the set of 'Anita B'

Robert Sheehan tweeted a photo of himself and his co-star, Eline Powell on the set of 'Anita B' in Northern Italy.

We will be able to see Robert Sheehan onscreen this summer (August 23) as Simon Lewis in The Mortal Instruments.

Friday, May 3, 2013

TMI's Simon Lewis joins Tumblr

Shadowhunters, have you ever wanted to know the inner workings of the minds of your fave Mortal Instruments characters? We have some exciting news to share with you…Simon Lewis has just joined Tumblr!
Please follow him here and stay tuned for updates from him.
Official Updates can be found at his new Tumblr page as well as on Twitter and Facebook via Sony Pictures.
Here is the first musings from Simon:
Things have been great with my band (Eric, Matt and Kirk) —we have a good vibe.
I play bass and it’s pretty badass. Matt says he knows someone who could get us a gig at the Scrap Bar. We’ve been playing shows around town already and that would be cool to get in. We’ve been throwing these names around.
What do you think?
Sea Vegetable Conspiracy Rock Solid Panda Lawn Chair Crisis (that’s Eric’s idea…) The Sexist Pigs and the Fortuitous Occurrences (Thanks, Clary)
What do you think about Simon joining Tumblr? Share your thoughts in the comments below!

Will, Jem and Tessa Shadowhunter Tarots!

Cassandra Clare has shared more of Cassandra Jean's tarot cards with is. Below are the Will, Jem and Tessa Shadowhunter Tarot cards.

So Cassandra Jean has finished the complete Shadowhunter Tarot, so for the next … seventy-something days I’ll be posting a card a day in order, from the first card to the last. Some will be under spoiler cuts; some you’ll have seen before — I’ll explain why each character has the card they have.

I was going to post a card a day but I am several days behind, so these three cards go up together since they fit together thematically.

Will gets the Hanged Man which symbolizes someone caught in a bad situation between impossible choices.

Jem gets Temperance, which means balance, and can mean the blending of opposites.

And Tessa gets the Star, which is an otherworldly card, symbolizing magic. It also symbolizes love, vulnerability and hope.

These cards have been posted before but it’s interesting to reevaluate them again in the light of Clockwork Princess, thank you Cassandra Jean!

First Synopsis for "City of Heavenly Fire"!

Cassandra Clare revealed the first synopsis of the final book of The Mortal Instruments series, City of Heavenly Fire.

I am coming.

Darkness returns to the Shadowhunter world. As their society falls apart around them, Clary, Jace, Simon and their friends must band together to fight the greatest evil the Nephilim have ever faced: Clary’s own brother. Nothing in the world can defeat him — must they journey to another world to find the chance? Lives will be lost, love sacrificed, and the whole world changed in the sixth and last installment of the Mortal Instruments series!"

The last novel of this series is set to be released in March/April 2014.

Wednesday, May 1, 2013


MortalMovie posted a new photo of what looks like Clary Fray (Lily Collins) using a stele and her and Jace Wayland (Jamie Campbell Bower) are looking through.

I wonder what they are looking at. Could they be waiting at a door and that circular image is them being looked at through a peep hole? Or is it from that scene where we see the stele being used. One thing is for certain, they look really intense!

We will have to wait until the August 23rd premiere of The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones to find out! Share your thoughts below on how this still fits into the movie.

Cassandra Clare talks faithfulness of THE MORTAL INSTRUMENTS film adaptation and Silent Brothers with Sci Fi Now!

Sci Fi Now got a chance to talk with Cassandra Clare about faithfulness of The Mortal Instruments film adaptation. They also talked the Silent Brothers and her involvement with the film. 

Do you think the film is true to the book?
I feel like it stays pretty true to the spirit of the books. There are some things that have to be compressed and altered because otherwise it would be a 10 hour movie, which I would watch but no one else would. From what I’ve seen in terms of the casting, the costumes and the sets, it looks like they’re trying to stick as close to what was described in the book as possible.
What haven’t you seen yet that you are looking forward to?
I really want to see what the demons look like, I haven’t done yet because that’s mostly special effects, but I also want to see Magnus’ party!
How involved were you?
I was talking to one of the producers and I asked for the casting director’s phone number and he was like ‘Sure!’ and I thought ‘Gad, didn’t nobody give you the memo you’re not supposed to give me that? Fine, alright, I’ll take it!’ I called her and we talked for hours, we would talk every day for months and I had access to theservers and watched everyone’s auditions and we all got a vote on the casting. [Director] Harold [Zwart] ran by the set designs and costume, the more they consulted me the more confident I felt about the movie.
Do we meet the Silent Brothers in the film?
We do get to see the Silent Brothers and it was really fun to be on set with them because they were completely covered in prosthetic make-up. They have their eyes and lips sewn shut, so there’s all these really tall guys on set with all the prosthetics on their faces and then we go to lunch and they can’t eat, so they had these tiny juice boxes in the corner of their mouths, so there’s this long line of terrifying looking dudes in robes all sucking little monster juice boxes. That was awesome (laughs).
You can see The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones in theaters on August 23.
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