First Look At 2014 ‘The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones’ Wall Calendar From Trends International

calendarShadowhunters, finally we have a first look at the 2014 Mortal Instruments: City of Bones 16-Month Wall Callendar from Trends International.

The calendar features new promotional images from the film, and as well very good incorporated Runes.

You can pre-order HERE for only $14.99

What you think Shadowhunters? I guess I’m going broke this summer!

 

By Pamela Pena (Site Owner)

 

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The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones Release Date Moved To August 21

augustGreat news Shadowhunters! Sony Pictures has revealed that The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones will hit theaters 2 days early! Yes! City of Bones will be out in US Theaters on Agust 21, 2013.

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This is a very exciting news because we now get to see this amazing movie early! Shadowhunters, I cant really wait till August!

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The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones Named To Cineplex’s Must-See Movies Of Summer 2013

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Guess what Shadowhunters?? Cineplex Magazine named The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones to ‘Summer’s 10 Must-See Movies’ list.

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“Bummed out by Twilight‘s demise? Still mourning Harry Potter‘s end? No worries, supernatural teenagers return in full force with this adaptation of the first book in the best-selling Mortal Instruments series. Lily Collins stars as a regular New York City teenager who discovers she is a Shadowhunter — a human-angel hybrid who can kill demons — and that there’s a subterranean world populated by werewolves, faeries, warlocks and vampires.”

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Cassandra Clare Shares New ‘City of Heavenly Fire’ Snippet

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Cassandra Clare teased us with yet another City of Heavently Fire Snippet in her Tumblr account. The final installment of the international bestselling The Mortal Instruments, out in March of 2014.

The snippet features Clary and Sebastian/Jonathan:

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.

Shadowhunters, what you think? What are you theories?

By Pamela Pena (Site Owner)

New Exclusive Footage From ‘The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones’ To Be Shown At LeakyCon

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Shadowhunters, great news. Some new exclusive footage from The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones will be shown at Leaky Con in Portland, Oregon on June 29.

LeakyCon will also feature a conference chat with author Cassandra Clare following the screened footage.

FOOTAGE FROM SONY PICTURES “THE MORTAL INSTRUMENTS: CITY OF BONES” TO BE SHOWN AT LEAKYCON PORTLAND, FOLLOWED BY TALK WITH AUTHOR CASSANDRA CLARE

 

We have some very exciting news for LeakyCon Portland today! Sony Pictures will show us exciting new footage from the upcoming film, The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones at LeakyCon in Portland on June 29, 2013. This glimpse at the eagerly awaited film will be accompanied by a live video conference chat with the New York Times Bestselling author of the series, Cassandra Clare, a famous alum of the Harry Potter fan world. We are thrilled welcome her to LeakyCon, and can’t wait to bring this peek to our guests!

 

LeakyCon will run from June 27-30 at the Oregon Convention Center in Portland.

Registration for LeakyCon is only $160, for the 4-day Convention. You can also purchase a single day pass.

Any of our readers attending this Convention? Sound off in the comments!

By Pamela Pena (Site Owner)

The Mortal Instruments Makes It To Sevententeen’s List Of 10 Must-See Summer Movies

seventeenYes Shadowhunters, The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones was named to Seventeen’s list of 10 Must-See Summer Movies.

Clary Fray (Lily Collins) in MORTAL INSTRUMENTS: CITY OF BONES.

 

The Mortal Instruments: City Of Bones

Starring:Lily Collins, Jamie Campbell Bower, Lena Headey, Jonathan Rhys Meyers

Comes Out: August 23

What It’s About: Based on the best-selling book, Lily Collins plays Clary, who discovers shocking details about her past when her mom is attacked by a demon. Her entire life changes when she tries to rescue her mom.

Hot Guy Factor:Jamie Campbell Bower may have looked creepy in Twilight as Caius, but he’s smokin’ hot in this movie!

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Teaser Art For The Magisterium Series

magisteriumShadowhunters, mark your calendars because we are getting more Cassandra Clare’s Books! Yes, its true.  2014 will be the year of the release of The Magisterium Series.

Magisterium, a five-book middle-grade series with “one book for each year of Call’s life between twelve and seventeen,” is co-written by Cassandra Clare and Holly Black. The Iron Trial, the first installment, will be published by Scholastic Books in 2014.

New teaser art for the Magisterium series can be found on miss Clare official Website.

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Here is the synopsis for The Iron Trial:

Twelve-year-old Callum Hunt has grown up knowing three rules by heart. Never trust a magician. Never pass a test a magician gives you. And never let a magician take you to the Magisterium.

Call is about to break all the rules. And when he does, his life will change in ways he can’t possibly imagine.

The Film Rights for The Iron Trial where quickly snatched by Constantin Film, the studio that owns the film rights to The Mortal Instruments and The Infernal Devices. Miss Clare and Miss Black will pen the screenplay and serve as executive producers.

What you think? Are you excited for The Magisterium Series?

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Lily Collins Speaks ‘The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones’ Ups And Downs With The Hollywood Reporter

hollywoodOur very own Clary Fray, Miss Lily Collins recently spoke with The Hollywood Reporter to promote her upcoming film The English Teacher. Among the topics discussed was The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones, where miss Collins addressed the ups and downs throughout the process of finally bringing City of Bones to the big screen.

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THR: You’ve been attached to Mortal Instruments through a lot of ups and downs. Was that ever disheartening to you — and as an extension of that — how rewarding was it when you finally got to film it?

LC:  I’m a big believer that everything happens for a reason. I knew that by it going through this process, it was gonna come out at the end of it with the appropriate team, the right people involved. I had been a firm believer in the story. I was a fan before I was cast, so it’s something that I’ve been passionate about before really being involved in. I didn’t wanna pass up the opportunity to be able to play this heroine that I’ve admired and I just knew that I believed in the studio that has it, Constantin. I believe in the producers at Constantin and I know that they have a really good taste level when it comes to the creative side. I knew that they wouldn’t put it somewhere where it didn’t belong, so I just didn’t know with timing. I just prayed that it wouldn’t come to the time when they were ready to shoot and I was doing something else ‘cause I thought, “I can’t have it get to this point and then not be able to do it.” I was very fortunate of the timing of everything. I couldn’t be prouder of the project. I’m so excited for people to see it. I really think Harald [Zwart] did an amazing job of taking what could’ve been a CGI-heavy, action-packed reliant film and really made it about heart and character and emotion. Special effects are just the icing on top. I think, as well as hopefully pleasing the fans of the series, we’re going to invite new people in and make them obsessed with the story as well.

THR: Are you attached to star in the rest of the adaptations beyond City of Bones?

LC: Yes. I mean, it just depends on — you kind of have to see how the first one goes. As with any potential franchise, you just leave it up to kind of the fans and to see what happens with the first one and you hope. I signed on because I love Clary and I would want to play her for as long as I can. At the end of the day, you have to kind of step back and remove yourself and go, “OK, we’ll we just have to see what happens” and you go along with the flow. I think all of us would really love to play characters for as long as the fans will have it.

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Merchandise: First Look At ‘The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones’ Posters By Trends International

trendsShadowhunters, while we wait for The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones release in August, there’s a ton of merchandise coming up in the following months. So I guess we can treat ourselves a little bit while we wait.

Our gals from Trends International released the first look of 3 amazing posters coming up at a US/Canada retailer near you.

 

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Contents:

RP6438 – 15 Units
RP6455 – 10 Units
RP2164 – 15 Units

Territory: US/CN
Language: Trilingual
Size: 14″ x 45″ x 5″
UPC: 017681654514
Categories:
  • Posters
  • Pre-Packs

 

The three posters in the pre-pack include two with the principal cast of characters and the other poster features the City of Bones book cover.

The poster on the left features (from left to right), Simon (Robert Sheehan), Clary (Lily Collins) and Jace (Jamie Campbell Bower) in front of what looks to be the portal seen in the trailers. Underneath the title of the film is displayed.

The poster on the right features our principal characters (from left to right)–Isabelle (Jemima West), Simon (Robert Sheehan), Clary (Lily Collins), Jace (Jamie Campbell Bower) and Alec (Kevin Zegers)–with an Angelic Power rune behind them. The tagline “A World Hidden Within Our Own” appears above them.

No official word yet on when we will get hold of this posters, or how much they will go for. But usally we get to see this type of posters in stores such as K-Mart, Walmart and Target. They usually go from $4-7.

We will keep you updated as soon as more information is out in the internet.

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Lily Collins Talks Intense Training For ‘The Mortal Instruments’ With Static

claryWho said being Clary Fray was easy right? Miss Lily Collins recently spoke with static multimedia about the intense training she had to endure, three months before ‘The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones’ went into production last August, and training during filming. Which included a variety of stunts.

CLICK HERE TO READ THE FULL INTERVIEW

Are you fearless like your character?

I would like to think that I am feisty and fearless. My mom and I travelled to many countries when I was growing up, and I have jumped off a cliff in Paraguay, and jumped off a cliff to go swimming, and I swam with sharks. So, I would like to think that I have done some things. I think I like to take risks, not be unsafe, but like take as many risks as I can.

Are you good in unexpected dangerous situations?

I’ve done enough martial arts training now and I think I would be kind of good in a situation but I try not to put myself in dangerous situations. I think having been able to play some of the characters that are strong females who get thrown into these positions and have to act quickly and I think I have learned kind of a lot from those characters. And also my best friends and the women that surround me in general, are all really strong females in their own way, and witty as well as physically strong. So I think it’s also about how you handle them intellectually and mentally, and if you go through something traumatic, how do you pick yourself up afterwards? That takes a lot of strength as well.

You mentioned training. What did you do?

I trained with a personal trainer for three months prior to filming, and I’ve always been a physical person. I love fitness and stuff, so that wasn’t the hardest part. We did stability and strength training and endurance training, and then with the stunt department, it was the same stunt department who had done Mirror, Mirror. So I really felt close to them, I knew them really well. We did sword fighting, acrobatics, aerial work, mortal combat, martial arts, every day, leading up to filming as well as getting up at maybe 4:30, 5 in the morning before filming to go in the gym and we all went through it together, so we would just get up early and just look at each other and be like, I can’t believe this.

 

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