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29 May 2011 @ 04:15 pm

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This is from about a month ago, but since no news are out...

The Mortal Instruments | Hollywood Dailies | Movie Trailer | Review
23 May 2011 @ 03:13 pm

This is a music video I began creating a few months ago, using Emma Stone as Clary and Alex Pettyfer as Jace. I hope some of you like how it turned out in the end. :) Comments here or at my youtube channel would make me so very happy!

Song: "Secrets"
Artist: One Republic
Pairing: Jace Wayland & Clary Fray
Fandom: The Mortal Instruments

Author: aimmyarrowshigh
Fandom: The Infernal Devices, Cassandra Clare
Story Title: "15pairings, Theme Set #005"
Character/Relationships: Camille/Magnus, Jem/Sophie, Will/Jem, Tessa+Camille, Jem/Tessa, Thomas+Will+Jem, Henry/Charlotte, Will/Tessa, Tessa/Will/Jem, Thomas/Sophie, Will+Thomas, Jessamine/The Magister, Jessamine+Tessa, Tessa+Sophie, Jem+Charlotte
Rating: R
Wordcount: 1,500
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: Written for 15pairings, Theme Set #005

Fifteen Drabbles for Fifteen Pairings )

Lily Collins might be Hollywood’s next “It” girl according to Next Movie.
Collins has been on a press tour for her upcoming movie “Priest,” which hits theaters on Friday (who’s excited?!), and recently sat down with Next Movie, where she shed some light on her role as Clary Fray in “The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones.”

“I’m Clary Fray, and we’re looking at the casting for the rest of the characters, and it’s based on the most amazing series of books by Cassandra Clare,” Collins said. “And being a fan of “Harry Potter” and “Twilight,” to be able to have my own franchise, and one based on a girl heroine, it’s a complete honor. And I love [director Scott Charles Stewart, who also helmed "Priest"] and [Screen Gems exec Clint Culpepper].”

“We’re in the process of it,” Collins told Next Movie, “and I just got cast as “Snow White,” and that goes before. Filming on “Mortal” will happen this year, though, for sure. It’s just pushed a little.”

“Seriously, I read the series of books and loved it,” Collins told Next Movie, “and I forget how many fans – I mean, I’m a fan of it – but how many of us are out there. The second casting hit the internet, it’s like an uproar… You read a book about a heroine and you have this vision in your mind, so the second it’s cast it could go either way. So to have their support and enthusiasm behind me was a complete honor. And it’s a crazy thought to think it could turn into that.”

24 April 2011 @ 02:49 pm

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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.

"It's going to be the New York of the daytime—the real New York that we all can perceive, at least [what] Clary perceives at the beginning of the film," he said. "It's going to have a realistic, hopefully naturalistic feel. And when the sun goes down and things change, she's able to see things that other people can't. That's when we're going to be getting into something that feels dangerous and sensual and exciting," he explained.

Scott also mentioned the fact that music will play a big role in the film, that it will "infuse" it as much as it does in the books.

"Music is important to the characters in the book," he said. "I want that to infuse the movie."

Regarding the hotly debated aspect of shooting in 3D, Scott said the chances are good that come opening day, we'll be watching "City of Bones' through 3D glasses.

"We're probably shooting in 3D for a number of reasons," he said. "One, these new cameras, the camera systems that they're using to shoot 'The Amazing Spider-Man,' it's so incredibly sensitive to low light, you can actually see more light than your eyes can, it's remarkable," he said. "They're small, they're lightweight, they allow us to make a movie where we can go into nightclubs and dark places and try to capture a level of realism and you-are-there-ness, that would be harder to do [in 2-D]."