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Author: [info]aimmyarrowshigh
Fandom: The Mortal Instruments, Cassandra Clare
Story Title: "Everything In-Between"
Summary: People didn’t live in a binary vacuum. At least, Mundanes didn’t. Clary didn’t, either. And she wouldn’t let Alec.
Character/Relationships: Alec/Magnus, Alec/Clary
Rating: Light R
Warnings: Some sexual content.
Story Wordcount: 1,100
Disclaimer:
I don't own anything. All characters, settings, and proprietary
language are owned by the author of the work from which this is derived.
Notes: A thank-you gift for [info]majestamoniet!


Everything In-Between )
 
 
 
03 September 2011 @ 09:22 pm

jamiebowerlife is the most up-to-date fan community dedicated to the charming Jamie Campbell Bower,
best known from the Twilight saga, Sweeney Todd, and his upcoming role of Jace in The Mortal Instruments movies.
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17 June 2011 @ 01:09 pm
(posting without permission. I didn't see anything against it in the rules, but sorry if this isn't allowed!)

Hi!

Anyone up for a Mortal Instruments 'verse Kink Meme? :D All parts of the franchise are welcome, as are all ships, kinks, et cetera.



(LJ won't let me add tags to this entry. Help? @_@ )
 
 
 
01 June 2011 @ 11:39 pm
 

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01 June 2011 @ 09:11 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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Source: Mtv
 
 
 
31 May 2011 @ 09:14 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."


Source: Variety
 
 
 
31 May 2011 @ 02:40 pm

Screen Gems has made its choice: Jamie Campbell Bower will get the male lead in The Mortal Instruments, the Scott Charles Stewart-directed adaptation of the Cassandra Clare novel series. He'll play Jace Wayland, starring alongside Lily Collins, who'll play the lead heroine Clary Fray. She has The Sight, and can see both demons and Shadowhunters. Jace is one of the best of the latter. When Clary's mother is abducted, she is forced to learn about her bloodline and abilities in order to get her mother back. Clare's series is comprised of six novels and is expected to launch a franchise. The role has been considered a potential star-making vehicle for an actor, and there has been much speculation on who'll get it. I'm told the deal is being made now for Bower, who is best known for playing King Arthur in the TV series Camelot, and for playing Caius in the final installments of The Twilight Saga and Gellert Grindelwald in the final Harry Potter films. He's repped by CAA and London-based Simon Beresford.

Source: DEADLINE