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01 June 2011 @ 09:14 pm
Hollywood Crush: You were uncharacteristically quiet on Twitter when the news broke yesterday that Jamie had been cast as Jace. What was up?

Cassandra Clare: I was asleep! I woke up actually because my agent called and said, 'Before you get online and check your email and get on Twitter, I have to tell you this.' So I was prepared. And I got on and was like, 'Oh my god.' Because, you know, thousands of tweets came in. I did not read them all. I was like, 'It's like a nuclear bomb went off.' So the first thing I did was call the studio, because I'm used to there being a lot of rumors floating around, and I wanted to like a) confirm this, and b) what do I need to say?

Let's get down to the nitty-gritties. Why is Jamie so perfect for Jace?

I have seen his audition tape. They sent it to me because they were so impressed with it, and they wanted to get my feedback. People have been asking me what scene he filmed. The answer is a bunch of different scenes. He did scenes where he had to be funny. He did scenes where he had to be romantic. He did scenes where he had to be angry and badass and he pulled the all of amazingly.

He auditioned with Lily, and he and Lily had incredible chemistry that sort of blazed off the scene. I'm just sitting here watching this on my computer, and you know, he was not the only person they've ever sent me to look at. I've gotten lots of headshots and this and that, and I'm watching the audition and I literally started crying because that was my Jace and Clary on the screen. And it's an incredible feeling to see that even as an audition. This is amazing. He was snarky funny where he needed to be snarky funny, and he was badass where he needed to be badass. And he and Lily were incredible together.

In fact, after all the auditions, because she's done auditions with a bunch of different actors, she wrote to the head of the studio, Clint Culpepper of Screen Gems, and she was like, 'It's Jamie. It's gotta be Jamie.' He told me that, this was before he had seen the audition, he told me that he wrote back and he was like, 'He's a rock star hipster kind of guy. Do you think he can be a badass warrior-dude, as well?' And she wrote back and said, 'That is Jace standing there. When you watch the audition you'll see what I see.'

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31 May 2011 @ 04:22 pm
'Twilight' thesp to star opposite Lily Collins in Screen Gems pic

Jamie Campbell Bower, the 22-year-old British thesp best known for his roles in the "Twilight" and "Harry Potter" franchises, has graduated from supporting player to leading man, as Screen Gems has tapped him to star opposite Lily Collins in its adaptation of "The Mortal Instruments."
Cassandra Clare's bestselling young adult book series follows Clary Fray, a seemingly ordinary teenager who discovers she is the descendent of a demon-hunting clan called Shadowhunters. Bower will play Jace Wayland, a Shadowhunter with tattooed arms who is seeking to avenge his father's death.

Scott Stewart is directing the Jess Postigo-scripted pic, which is expected to launch a feature franchise, as there are six novels in Clare's series.

Unique Features' Bob Shaye and Michael Lynne optioned the series in 2009. The Unique duo will produce with Robert Kulzer, while Dylan Sellers will exec produce with Constantin's Martin Moszkowicz.

Bower, who broke out in Tim Burton's "Sweeney Todd," can currently be seen playing King Arthur on Starz's "Camelot." He'll reprise his respective roles of Gellert Grindelwald and Caius in the upcoming final installments in the "Harry Potter" and "Twilight" franchises. Thesp will also soon be seen in William Monahan's "London Boulevard" and Roland Emmerich's "Anonymous."

Bower is repped by CAA and by Simon Beresford in the U.K.

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As promised, our "Mortal Instruments" goodies keep on comin', and today's installment has some especially intriguing information—namely, director Scott Stewart addresses the issue of filming "City of Bones" on location in New York City vs. Los Angeles and how he may or may not incorporate the use of 3D into the mix.

"We're currently figuring that out," Scott said when asked if he'll be able to film in New York City. "My hope is to shoot as much as I can there. I think New York is really a character in the film," he said.

Regarding the stylistic approach to the film, Scott explained that instead of following in the path of his work on visual effects-heavy films like "Legion" and "Priest," he's taking a different approach to this film.

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Hopefully, this week has been a fun one for all you "Mortal Instruments" fans, given all the newsy goodness MTV News got from star Lily Collins and director Scott Stewart at WonderCon. And you know what? There is STILL more to come! Today's installment features lovely Lily talking about all the #awesome #fun she's having on Twitter, writing as her character (@LilyAsClaryFray).

"I'm Tweeting as Clary Fray, and we've got almost 12,000 people now," Lily said. "All the fans are writing in ideas. I'm linking out images of different aspects of the film and set pieces and wanting their input," she explained. "Also knowing who they want as Jace, just making sure they feel as involved as I do because like I said, I'm a fan just like them and I'm Clary, so I want their input because I'm one of them as well."

While ‘Mortal Instruments’ fans anxiously await the announcement of who will play Jace Wayland, Sony Pictures and Screen Gems are hard at work on other aspects of the ‘City of Bones’ movie. Recently Lily Collins, who will play Clary Fray, tweeted an image of the studio’s vision for the midnight carriage that will carry Clary and Jace from the Institute to the City of Bones.

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source: examiner.com
17 March 2011 @ 03:52 pm
The 21-year-old actress Lily Collins (yep, her father is Phil Collins) made her big-screen debut in “The Blind Side” as Sandra Bullock’s daughter. On May 13 you can see her in the sci-fi thriller “Priest,” opposite Stephen Moyer, Paul Bettany and Cam Gigandet. When she’s not on set, she spends her free time traveling the globe with her mother, Jill Tavelman. For her, it’s a great way to sharpen her acting chops: “Going all around the world is the best way to pick up traits,” she says. “It’s a kind of crazy people-watching.”

Q. Let’s talk about your next project, the mystery-thriller “Mortal Instruments.” You’re back with the director Scott Charles Stewart, whom you worked with on “Priest.”
A. “Mortal Instruments” is so different than other things that I’ve done, and I’m a huge fan of the novelist Cassandra Clare’s books, I’ve read all of them. It’s very different to be able to read the books, and put myself in Clary Fray’s shoes. It’s very strange to be reading it and go, ‘Wow, I’m going to get to do that, and that’s going to be me.’ It’s a great mix of dark, gritty, kind of gothic, as well as, you know, the sunny teenage years.

Where are you filming?
It is one of the very rare occasions that we’ll be shooting in L.A., which for me is home. My mom is in L.A., she and I are very, very, very close.

You left England for L.A. at a very young age. Do you miss it?
I do, I love England. I moved to L.A. before I turned 6, and I try to go back for Christmas and in the summer. I grew up in the countryside out there, which is very different than city life in L.A., and when I go back I start to pick up my accent again a little bit. I sound very American and very L.A., but I am very, very British.

And you have a very European look, but you have those California locks, too.
I definitely have the pale skin. For “Priest,” it’s funny, because I actually dyed my hair red and that is the hardest color to maintain. I was completely red and pale, and people were like, “Are you Irish?”

You travel a lot?
Yes, actually. My mom and I, that’s kind of our favorite thing to do. It was obviously very different when I was in school and had a school schedule — you had spring break and you had Christmas break — and now it’s different ’cause it’s more, “When am I not working?” I would study something in school, and she would say, “Oh, you’re studying African civilization. Do you want to go to Africa for spring break?” And so we would. We went on an African safari, went to Brazil, Egypt, India, Japan, just to experience all the different cultures and really immerse ourselves in it. Traveling is really great people-watching. The best way to pick up traits and analyze what someone other than yourself would do in a situation is by watching other people. So being able to travel all around the world and see that is — I feel very fortunate that I can participate in that kind of crazy people-watching.

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04 March 2011 @ 02:32 pm
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01 March 2011 @ 06:27 pm

Because you’re in this age group where every young actor in Hollywood must be going out for the next superhero fantasy series that comes up, what big franchise role would you love to get?
Hmm. There’s a lot of good stuff out there right now. Because of Twilight there are a lot of supernatural projects out there. But probably a new one. Something that hasn’t been established as a comic book. New and different, a story that hasn’t been told yet. And I don’t know if I’ve read that yet. [Pause] There is one franchise in particular that I’d love to be a part of right now, and it’s called Mortal Instruments. So I’ll say Mortal Instruments.

Have you talked to the Mortal Instruments filmmakers?
[Pause] Mmm-hmm.

The other franchise on the level of Mortal Instruments that seems to be floating around to every young actor is The Hunger Games adaptation.
Great book, great script. And that’s up there too, but I think I may be a little bit too old to play Gale.

I think it’ll depend on how young they go to cast Katniss. But Mortal Instruments and Hunger Games — good answers.

I’m just looking for something good. I’m in for all of it.

Source: Movie Line
25 February 2011 @ 11:05 pm
  • movie news roundup& Alex Petty (Cassie's lj) (1/20/2011)
    I wanted to wait till I could have an official chat with the studio folks before I said anything, so my small contribution is: I know Alex has met with the director, Scott Stewart, several times; I know he screened Scott's movie, Priest, and loved it; I know he read the TMI books over the holidays and really liked them and liked Jace, and his agents are representing him in negotiating making a deal for the role of Jace. At this point it's all about the deal, which really doesn't have anything to do with me, so I stand back and wait for news like the rest of you.

  • Alex Pettyfer Offered Another Young-Adult Movie Franchise, The Mortal Instruments (1/20/2011)
    "Vulture hears that the 20-year-old model-actor also has the offer to star in another YA-franchise coming to the big screen: Screen Gems’ adaptation of Cassandra Clare’s The Mortal Instruments series. In fact, insiders tell us that Screen Gems chief Clint Culpepper feels so strongly about casting Pettyfer in the supernatural love story that he only wants to green-light the film if he can land the actor. Negotiations are expected to begin late this week, and a formal announcement could come as early as next.
    [I am still bitter over the lack of "a formal announcement" that obviously did not come as early as that week]

  • Alex Pettyfer Addresses the MORTAL INSTRUMENTS Rumors (1/23/2011)

  • Alex Pettyfer likes Lily Collins for 'The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones' (1/25/2011)

  • Alex Pettyfer Ditches One Young-Adult Movie Franchise for Another (1/27/2011)
    Talks between Screen Gems and reps for Alex Pettyfer have reached an impasse, and insiders familiar with the situation say the young Brit won’t be starring in the studio’s adaptation of Cassandra Clare’s best-selling young-adult books, The Mortal Instruments, after all. What happened? Insiders tell Vulture that Pettyfer has been offered the lead role in Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures' adaptation of Joseph Delaney’s best-selling YA series The Last Apprentice (known to U.K. readers as The Wardstone Chronicles), about a teenage boy training to be an exorcist in the 1700s.

  • The Mortal Instruments Issues Casting Call for Jace Wayland (1/29/2011)

    Alex Pettyfer Accepts Our Advice In 'Hunger Games' vs. 'Mortal Instruments' Debate (2/25/2011)
    Regardless, when is he making that decision?

    "I'm not sure," he said and then gave me that same familiar spiel he's been giving everyone: "I'm a big fan of both books and when both projects are moving forward I'll hopefully interact."

    I think that's most of the big stuff (and of course it's 99% Alex Pettyfer, that troll.) Anyways, regardless of what his decision is we will hopefully be finding out our Jace soon!
    25 February 2011 @ 10:22 pm
  • Lily Collins Talks 'Mortal Instruments': Landing The Role, Casting Jace And More!
    When I found out I was cast, I found out that people were tweeting about me getting cast as their heroine. I know that I'm playing a character in a book that is very popular, but I forget that books have so many fans, that if they don't agree with the casting, it could go terribly wrong. I was so grateful that all these people were tweeting like, 'Oh, we're so excited. We totally see her as Clary and we can't wait to see what she'll do.' I don't know what I would have done if people responded negatively.

  • 'Mortal Instruments' Star Lily Collins Discusses Her Favorite 'City Of Bones' Scene
    I feel the "Mortal Instruments" series is so different, because it's set in New York, it's urban, but it's also got that underground, trance-y feel. It's a series that based on a girl heroine. She's not just a girl that's there for the guy. A lot of girls can relate to her because she's a regular girl who finds out she has these amazing powers and can do more than she expected. I'm in the process of finishing all the books, because I want to make sure to read them over and over and over, just to be able to know the way that Cassandra has written her and to go back and collaborate with Scott. They want me to be involved in it, which is something that not a lot of people at this stage can say—that filmmakers want their advice.
    09 December 2010 @ 10:29 pm

    Big news for fans of “The Mortal Instruments”, as fast-rising starlet Lilly Collins has been set to star in the film adaptation of the novels by Cassandra Clare, according to Deadline. Though Deadline doesn’t specify, Collins will presumably play the lead character, 15-year old Clary Fray, who discovers that she can see supernatural beings that no one else can and gets drawn into the world of the Shadowhunters, humans who hunt and kill demons. Of course, there is a boy for Clary to fall in love with, and his name is Jace Wayland, an arrogant Shadowhunter. With fan-favorite Collins set as Clary, the fans will now undoubtedly turn their attention to who will be their Jace.

    No word yet on when director Scott Charles Stewart will start shooting. Collins is most known for her role in “The Blind Side” and recently completed work on “Abduction” and “Priest”.


    Woah. Kinda out of left field on this one...but not surprising as she is one of Hollywood's new "it girls".
    01 November 2010 @ 05:01 pm

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    04 November 2009 @ 07:37 am
    Is ‘The Mortal Instruments’ The Next ‘Twilight’?
    Ever since Twilight made author Stephanie Meyer a millionaire, it seems as if the publishing industry has caught teen angst/fantasy/horror fever. Naturally, the fever spread to Hollywood where new movies about teenage werewolves, vampires, and various other classic movie monsters are appearing at an alarming rate. According to Variety, the most recent fantasy franchise to make the jump to the big screen will be Cassandra Clare’s The Mortal Instruments series.

    For those unfamiliar with The Mortal Instruments, here’s a quick blurb from the Variety article: “Story revolves around teenager Clary Fray’s search for her missing mother, which leads her to a city filled with mysterious fairies, raucous warlocks, vampires and other demons.” Collectively, The Mortal Instruments series of books have spent 28 weeks on the New York Times Best Sellers List.

    The Mortal Instruments film, which will compile the first three books of the four-book series, is being produced by Bob Shaye and Michael Lynne of Unique Features. Constantin Film will also play a role in producing the film. For the screenplay, Unique has signed screenwriter Jessica Postigo, who wrote the still unreleased Operation Checkmate, which details the hostage of Colombian-French politician Ingrid Betancourt Pulecio.

    It would be easy to dismiss this series and others like it for seemingly cashing in on a fad, but that’s unfair to both the author and the filmmakers. Since I haven’t personally read the series myself, I’m going to hold off on passing judgment for the time being. However, if there are any fans of these books out there in Screen Rant land, please feel free to leave your comments below.

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    The Mortal Instruments Novels to make a Film
    Must be a great time to be a young adult novel writer as it seems to be the new gold mine for films. Get your book series on the New York Times Bestseller list and it also gets on the radar for studios to make a movie out of it.

    The Mortal Instruments series by Cassandra Clare is next up.

    Screen Rant says:
    For those unfamiliar with The Mortal Instruments, here’s a quick blurb from the Variety article: “Story revolves around teenager Clary Fray’s search for her missing mother, which leads her to a city filled with mysterious fairies, raucous warlocks, vampires and other demons.” Collectively, The Mortal Instruments series of books have spent 28 weeks on the New York Times Best Sellers List.

    Of course this is not the first time a book has been made into a movie, but ever since Harry Potter and Twilight after that, the books that target the young adult and teens are being taken a lot more seriously.

    The first three books of Clare’s book series will be the source of the film which is a modern take on a fairy tale world existing in paralell with our own.

    It sounds like an interesting concept, and I look forward to seeing what they do with it. Will be interesting to see if the fourth book is enough to justify a sequel since the first three are making up the first planned film.

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    25 August 2009 @ 10:44 am
    By Sarah Moroz -- Publishers Weekly, 8/25/2009 8:28:00 AM

    Last Saturday afternoon’s gray skies deterred no one: 300 eager fans flocked to New York City’s Bryant Park to hear Cassandra Clare discuss her Mortal Instruments series. And Clare gave news of several forthcoming projects, including a new book in the Mortal Instruments series, the creation of a prequel series and a movie adaptation of her books.

    Holly Black, friend and fellow teen fantasy author, served as emcee. The joke-ridden repartee between the two authors set a light, fun tone, and Black soon waded into the audience to allow fans—teens and adults alike—to pose questions and share laudatory opinions.

    Clare’s announcement of an additional Mortal Instruments book was unexpected, considering she had previously stated that the series would remain a trilogy. Clare revealed that the idea for a fourth book came about while brainstorming a potential project for a graphic novel publisher. She eventually found the format unsuited to her new ideas, but Clare felt that she’d unwittingly delved into a new story that deserved to be told.

    Thus City of Fallen Angels came to be—with the twist of more peripheral character Simon coming to the forefront as narrator. People who love Simon are fewer than those who love Magnus, the star of the Mortal Instruments trilogy, she declared, “but they’re more intense.” When asked what character she was most like, Clare admitted that Simon most resembled herself.

    City of Fallen Angels will be published by S&S’s Margaret K. McElderry Books imprint in March 2011. But that’s not the only project on her agenda: she’s also creating a prequel series to The Mortal Instruments, which will examine the ancestry of the characters and shed more light on Magnus’s vampire background.

    Clare's other big disclosure for fans was that her books will be adapted for the big screen. The film endeavor is in the most preliminary of stages, she said: rights have been sold to the same producers who adapted The Lord of the Rings. Though Clare will not serve as screenwriter, and the contract does not require that she supervise the interpretation of her books into film, she said she trusts that the material is in good hands.

    She also discussed a variety of influences that shaped her work. Her former roommate was into Manga, and urged Clare to started reading it too. Growing up, Clare had read hard-boiled detective stories and was a huge fan of ’80-era urban fantasy, notably Terri Windling’s Borderland. Her past work as an entertainment reporter, for the likes of Star and the National Enquirer, prepared her for “the creation of a fictional narrative,” she said wryly.

    When asked how she fits in amid the current vampire frenzy, she chalked it up to luck, saying that the renewed interest in this trope is something that she didn’t foresee, but doesn’t find especially surprising, considering that similar tropes have popped up regularly throughout the ages. Clare cited Victorian-era Dracula, Anne Rice, and Buffy the Vampire Slayer as previous fantasy examples that have resonated within society. And she stated that the vampire as “allegorical treatment of other” creates interesting permutations, especially in examining racial and sexual discrimination. Basically, as she told her audience, “If there’s nothing weird going on, I’m not interested.”

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    22 August 2009 @ 07:09 pm
    At the TMI summer party in Bryant Park, NYC today, Cassandra Clare confirmed
    that The Mortal Instruments will be made into a film trilogy.

    The film shares producer credits with Lord of the Rings, though no word on a director.
    It appears that (as probably expected) Clare will have little say in the actual production of the movie.
    They do have a screenwriter, and funding, though the name of the screenwriter has not been released (or not that I've found).
    If anyone learns anything else, make sure to post it in the comm!

    Here, here, and here

    Cassandra Clare officially confirms on her site:
    "2) (And the one everyone's been waiting for . . . ) A lot of you already have intimations of this announcement, given that it was mentioned in Variety and other news outlets — but I wanted to wait until all the contracts were signed and the ink was dry before I said anything. So: the film rights to The Mortal Instruments have been optioned by Unique Features. This is a film production company set up by former founders and co-presidents of New Line Bob Shaye and Michael Lynne, who oversaw the production of the Lord of the Rings movies — probably my favorite fantasy movies of all time. They're very dedicated to fantasy and they understand it, and I definitely trust them with the story of the Mortal Instruments.

    Now, a book series being optioned doesn't mean a film is being made right now or is definitely going to be made at all — it means that the studio or production company in question is developing the books as a film project — right now they've nailed down financing and a screenwriter (I don't know who that is yet) and are working towards the next stages in the development project. It is, however, an important step in the movie-making process, so I feel like it's okay to be excited about it. :)

    08 July 2009 @ 12:07 am
    It may be worth noting that Cassandra Clare recently said on her blog that she will be making an announcement of some "fairly awesome" news at the TMI themed party in NYC on August 22nd.  Signs and portents are pointing towards this possibly having something to do with what we're all here waiting to find out about.

    See the entire article here.  And judge for yourselves

    21 June 2009 @ 10:48 pm
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    21 June 2009 @ 12:12 am
    The first hint of a movie came from an article on comingsoon.net:

    Shaye and Lynne Developing 9 Feature Films
    Source: Variety
    June 17, 2009

    Variety reports that former New Line executives Bob Shaye and longtime partner Michael Lynne have assembled a slate of films for their company Unique Features, which has a three-year first-look deal at Warner Bros. Here's a list of feature films in the works:

    * "The Mortal Instruments" is a bestselling young-adult fantasy trilogy by Cassandra Clare (three more volumes are in the works) about a young girl who inherited an ability to see and interact with a clan of supernatural spirits.

    You can find the article here. You have to look further down the list of the 9 films they are developing.


    More recently, on the Downworlders forums, a forum member Tweeted Cassandra Clare to ask about the possibility of a movie:

    Here's Cassie's reply to my "inquiry":

    cassieclare@malitee Maybe. Patience. I'll post about the movie stuff eventually.
    about 10 hours ago from TweetDeck in reply to malitee

    Given that it's not a flat out denial, it seems to be a huge step in the direction of maybe.



    xjustadoreher posted the following info on tmi_lovers on Jun 21st, 2009 :

    comingsoon.net now has a page for a Mortal Instruments Movie that states Warner Bros. for the studio.  It lists the film as "family, fantasy" for genre, but there is no other information attached at this time.

    Reelchannelz and SciFi Wire have articles that repeat the information found in the Variety article above.  The Reechannelz article can be found here and the SciFi Wire article here.

    xjustadoreher also tweeted Cassie Clare to ask about the movie and recieved the following:
    cassieclare @miss_ashleyc *whistles*

    I kinda got really excited and I said that I was going to have to put her whistling on
    MundieSource.net, because I try to keep the most updated news and all that good stuff, and she said:

    cassieclare I have said all I can say!

    21 June 2009 @ 12:08 am

    spread_the_fun  , driftingaway , and I (dancinpenguins ) are excited to welcome you all to the Mortal Instruments Movie community!  As your friendly resident moderators, we’re here to answer any questions you may have, solve any problems that may arise, and keep things on track.  With that in mind, we’d like you to take a moment to review our rules and procedures below:

    This community is for discussion of The Mortal Instruments movie or movies.  This means that discussion should be limited to things that directly apply to TMI as a film. 

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