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 Jamie Cambpell Bower in " Mortal Instruments " (Part 1)
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04.01.2013 19:54
#26 RE: Jamie Campbell Bower in " City of Bones " Zitat · antworten

Animiertes Fan Art Promo Poster : " The Mortal Instruments: City Of Bones "





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04.01.2013 19:55
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Isabelle Lightwood : Fan Art Promo Poster





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04.01.2013 20:01
#28 RE: Jamie Campbell Bower in " City of Bones " Zitat · antworten

Clockwork Princess Book Tour





Tuesday, March 19th @ 6:00 PM
Changing Hands Bookstore Offsite event at Dobson High School Auditorium
1501 West Guadalupe Road
Mesa, Arizona 85202
*This is a ticketed event. With the purchase of Clockwork Princess, the buyer will receive a ticket to the event, good for two seats. Tickets can be purchased through Changing Hands Bookstore.


Wednesday, March 20th @ 7:00 PM
Barnes & Noble
2191 N Rainbow Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89108
*This event is free and open to the public. The discussion portion of the event will take place before the book signing and will not require a wristband. In order to receive a wristband for the signing line, you must purchase a copy of Clockwork Princess from any Barnes & Noble location and present the receipt at this location to receive your wristband. Wristbands will be handed out beginning at 9:00 AM on March 19 at B&N. You may bring other books from home to have them signed as long as you have purchased Clockwork Princess and received a wristband. Each person in line is required to have a wristband.


Thursday, March 21 @ 7:00 PM
Barnes & Noble The Grove
189 The Grove
Los Angeles, CA 90036
*This event will be wristbanded. Wristbands will be available when B&N opens at 9am on Friday, March 21, 2013 with the purchase of Clockwork Princess. Please check www.bn.com for event updates or call the store at 323.525.0270 with any questions.


Friday, March 22 @ 6:00 PM
Whale of a Tale Bookshop Offsite Event at Mission Viejo Library
100 Civic Center Drive
Mission Viejo, CA 92691
This is a ticketed event…a ticket includes a copy of the new book, Clockwork Princess….additional titles will be available for purchase at the event. For information please call Whale of a Tale at 949-854-8288 or Mission Viejo Library 949-830-7100 Ext. 5105


Saturday, March 23 @ 7:00pm
Keplers Bookstore Offsite Event at Performing Arts Center, Menlo Atherton High School
555 Middlefield Road
Atherton CA 94027
This is a ticketed event. Keplers will sell tickets via Brown Paper Tickets. Please contact Keplers for ticket pricing information, etc.


Sunday, March 24, @ 2:00 PM
Barnes & Noble
Clackamas Town Center Mall
12000 SE 82nd Avenue
Portland, OR 97266
*To enter the signing line, you must purchase a copy of Clockwork Princess from Barnes & Noble. Beginning at 9:00am when the store opens on the day of the event, priority wristbands will
be issued with purchase, and general admission wristbands will be distributed at Customer Service – and at event for attendees not receiving wristbands prior to event. Please check www.bn.com for event updates or call the store at 503-786-3464 with any questions.


Monday, March 25 @ 7:00 PM
Third Place Books
17171 Bothell Way NE
Lake Forest Park, WA 98155
*Tickets are required and include the purchase of Clockwork Princess. Please contact Third Place Books for tickets.
Tuesday, March 26 @ 6:00 PM
Metropolis, Metrotown 4700 Kingsway
Burnaby, British Columbia
V5H 4M1
Canada
(604)431-0463




Wer sich das Buch kaufen möchte , kann dies hier tun , erhältlich ab 19 März 2013 ( inklusive alle weiteren Infos ) http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1416975...ASIN=141697590X


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04.01.2013 20:04
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Clockwork Princess Included in MTV’s List of YA Novels We Can’t Wait To Read In 2013


MTV has up a list of 13 YA novels they can’t wait to read In 2013. Included in the list was Clockwork Princess by Cassandra Clare. Below is what they had to say:

“Clockwork Princess” by Cassandra Clare
Will Tessa choose kind-heart fiance Jem Carstairs or sarcastic bad-boy Will Herondale? One of our favorite (and most tortured) love triangles will (hopefully!) be resolved in the long-awaited conclusion to Cassandra Clare’s Victorian-set “Infernal Devices” series.


The book will be released on March 19, 2013.


Bestellbar hier http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1416975...ASIN=141697590X


Die komplette Buchliste von " MTV " findet ihr hier http://hollywoodcrush.mtv.com/2012/12/21...o-read-in-2013/


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04.01.2013 20:08
#30 RE: Jamie Campbell Bower in " City of Bones " Zitat · antworten

Magnus Fan Art





Mortal Instruments Fan Art





Fan Art: City of Bones Poster


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04.01.2013 20:12
#31 RE: Jamie Campbell Bower in " City of Bones " Zitat · antworten

City of Lost Souls Named Hollywood Crush Readers’ Favorite 2012 YA Novel







In the MTV Hollywood Crush‘s Favorite YA Novel of 2012 poll many votes were cast. After all the votes were tallied up City of Lost Souls took the top spot!

When told the news Cassandra Clare had the following to say to MTV:

“I’m so happy that so many have embraced the story of Jace and Clary and their friends,” Cassie told Hollywood Crush of the honor. “This fifth book was a pleasure to write but also sad because I knew it meant the end of the ‘Mortal Instruments’ was drawing closer. It will be bittersweet to say goodbye to the characters next year!”


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04.01.2013 20:15
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Message from Jamie Campbell Bower From the Set of TMI


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04.01.2013 20:21
#33 RE: Jamie Campbell Bower in " City of Bones " Zitat · antworten

Fan Made Mortal Instruments Poster

















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04.01.2013 20:23
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Fan Made Video: {City of Bones} Post Blue





City Of Bones Fan Made Video


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04.01.2013 20:24
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Fan Art: The Mortal Instruments: Clary Fray


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04.01.2013 20:25
#36 RE: Jamie Campbell Bower in " City of Bones " Zitat · antworten

The Mortal Instruments: City Of Bones Graphic


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04.01.2013 20:26
#37 RE: Jamie Campbell Bower in " City of Bones " Zitat · antworten

Jace and Clary Fan Art


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04.01.2013 20:27
#38 RE: Jamie Campbell Bower in " City of Bones " Zitat · antworten

Fan Made Poster for The Mortal Instruments: City Of Bones


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12.01.2013 17:30
#39 RE: Jamie Campbell Bower in " City of Bones " Zitat · antworten

Jamie Campbell Bower : " City of Bones Graphic Novel " » 1


Das Buch ist ab dem 06 August 2013 bei Amazon.com erhältlich





Quelle , Infos und bestellbar bei folgendem Link http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1442460...ASIN=1442460695


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12.01.2013 17:41
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26.01.2013 09:21
#41 RE: Jamie Campbell Bower in " City of Bones " Zitat · antworten

Jamie Campbell Bower : Fan Made Poster für " The Mortal Instruments: City Of Bones "


Isabelle Lightwood


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26.01.2013 09:24
#42 RE: Jamie Campbell Bower in " City of Bones " Zitat · antworten

'Teen Wolf' Actor Daniel Sharman Will Read 'Clockwork Princess' To You


If you've got any long flights or cross-country spring break road trips in your future, we've got a thoroughly enjoyable way for you to fill those long, quiet hours...and if you don't, you might want to plan one, the better to enjoy the delicious Daniel Sharman as he reads one of your favorite books aloud. The "Teen Wolf" star has been officially tapped to record the audiobook of Cassandra Clare's "Clockwork Princess"...and we are officially planning to fall asleep on the night of its release to the dulcet lullaby of fantastical steampunk fiction being read by a man with the world's chiseled-est cheekbones. Sweet dreams, indeed!

Daniel's selection as audiobook narrator got the thumbs-up from none other than Cassandra herself, as she was the one who thought he'd be perfect for the job.


"During the casting process for the 'Mortal Instruments' movie, the casting director and I talked about probably every young actor in Hollywood. Daniel Sharman had just come off doing 'Immortals,' and I remember we talked about him as a an actor who had huge talent and promise. When we were looking for someone who could read the 'Clockwork Princess' audiobook, I thought of him because he seemed like someone who could capture the parts of the narrative that require vulnerability as well as the ones that require a great grasp of action."

Yes! What she said! Plus, y'know, the cheekbones. Always the cheekbones.


"Clockwork Princess" is the final installment of Cassandra's "Infernal Devices" series, which follows Victorian teen Tessa and her Shadowhunter allies Will and Jem. The audiobook will be available March 19.


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01.02.2013 08:48
#43 RE: Jamie Campbell Bower in " City of Bones " Zitat · antworten

Scan - Jamie Campbell Bower : " The Mortal Instruments - City of bones " im " SciFi " Magazin





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10.02.2013 13:20
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Jamie Campbell Bower Robert Sheehan talks MORTAL INSTRUMENTS: CITY OF BONES with Irish Times





Robert Sheehan (Simon) talked with Irish Times about filming The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones, which he called “terrifying and exhilarating all at the same time.”


Here’s the blurb from the Irish Times:


He recently finished filming The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones, an adaption of the first of a series of bestselling fantasy novels by Cassandra Clare. “On the first day I was doing a scene with Lily Collins [Phil Collins’s daughter]. The whole street was cordoned off, and they had hundreds of extras and hundreds of crew. It was just a gigantic operation, moving incredibly fast. I couldn’t believe my eyes. It was huge, logistically, and incredibly impressive. It was terrifying and exhilarating all at the same time.”


Robert will be attending the Iftas tonight in Dublin, where he is nominated for Best Actor for Love/Hate.


Quelle http://tmisource.com/2013/02/09/robert-s...th-irish-times/




Robert Sheehan: Boy in the hoody


He has retired the blue top he wore in ‘Love/Hate’. He’s coming home for the Iftas tonight. And he’s still in bed

About 10 minutes into this interview, Robert Sheehan reveals that he has just woken up and is lying in bed in his Camden flat. (It’s a phone interview. I like to think I would have noticed otherwise). “Sorry, mate,” says the star of Love/Hate with a yawn. “I’m in interview mode but I’m also in bed mode, and the two sides are battling each other.”

This doesn’t mean he’s not engaging. It’s early in the morning, but he is funny, thoughtful and charming. As we talk he yawns a little but laughs a lot. He’s passionate about his career while being fuzzy about how he got one. “I’ve been largely undecided about everything for most of my life,” he says. “I can barely commit to a phone bill . . . Somewhere along the line it has become my career due to continuing work.”

It all started when he responded to an open audition at the age of 12 and landed a part in Aisling Walsh’s Song for a Raggy Boy, a film set in a brutal reformatory school. “Me and about 10 other lads all went down to Cork for seven weeks and had a magical summer,” he says. “Our great time didn’t reflect the abysmal mood of the film.”

Afterwards, he wasn’t sure whether acting was a realistic ambition and went to Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology to study film and television. “While the acting stuff was incredibly fun and fulfilling, the two sides of my brain were battling, one going ‘You can’t make a living from acting’ and the other going ‘It’s great fun, carry on and see what happens.’ I was an absentee student. I spent months making a film called Summer of the Flying Saucer. Thankfully I was kicked off the course – I failed terrifically – and my parents didn’t say, ‘Don’t you think you should do a real job now and become a real person and start making money?’ They didn’t put that pressure on me. So I ended up sitting on my arse in Galway for a year.”

Sheehan spent that year playing World of Warcraft and incongruously booking gigs for stand-up comics around the country. “[At one gig] all the comedians showed up and I wasn’t there. I was doing a short film in Dublin. My brother went with a few mates, and all the comedians were going up to him saying, ‘We need to know who’s going on first. What’s the running order? What’s happening? Robert should really be here.’ . . . I did a year of nothing much and came to the end of it, felt wildly restless and wanted to do stuff. Lesson learned.”

He moved to Dublin and landed roles in quick succession in the feature film Cherry Bomb, the Channel 4 drama Red Riding and the Nicholas Cage vehicle Season of the Witch. This was followed by a two-year stint on the hilarious and hugely popular Channel 4 drama Misfits, in which he played Nathan, a smart-arsed, orange-jumpsuited young offender with superpowers.

“I connected quite quickly and intensely with that part,” he says. “I think as the series went on, the writers got our voices in their heads. They can write the cadence of your sentences a lot easier when they’ve got your whiny Irish voice in their ear. And there was that intense family feeling on set. We were shooting in Thamesmead, in southeast London, this very odd-looking estate. We’d get really dirty looks from the locals, because they saw us walking around in orange jumpsuits and thought we were shooting a documentary about young offenders and that we were sullying the area’s not-so-great name.”

About that time, he began filming the first series of the RTÉ gangland drama Love/Hate, in which he played the soulful, doomed assassin, Darren. Love/Hate was not an instant success, with some viewers questioning its credibility. “I could understand that,” he says with a laugh. “We were young, fresh-faced lads in what looked like trendy clothes. We did look a bit like a boy band. But I think the show really graduated into its full expression in the second series and probably also got given the free rein it deserved. There were 500 things happening [in every] episode, and it was incredibly gripping to watch.”

This reached a bit of a tipping point after Darren’s death, at the end of the third series. “In Portlaoise [his home town] over Christmas there was a lot of ‘I thought you were dead!’ People were very emotionally invested in that third series. They were coming up to me with that emotion, discussing storylines: ‘I can’t believe you got killed.’ But I think it was a reflection of how gripped people were by the show. Which is fantastic. It’s what everyone wants when you make something like that.”

Sheehan is getting used to unsolicited chats with strangers. “In London it’s more about Misfits,” he says. “If you see a gaggle of teenagers walking towards you, you tend not to make eye contact, because you know they’re going to recognise you. You learn to adapt: 99.999 per cent of people aren’t looking to be harmful or unpleasant; they just want something, a photograph or an autograph. They want evidence that they’ve been in proximity to that guy they like in that TV show they like.”

He retired Nathan’s orange jumpsuit after two series of Misfits and Darren’s blue hoody after three of Love/Hate. He’s restless, he says, and doesn’t want to be typecast. After Misfits he got a lot of scripts for quirky, Nathanesque characters. “There are actors who do various different shades of a similar character, which is fine. But I prefer the Cillian Murphy school of doing something that takes you so far outside yourself that it’s an incredible challenge and adventure.”

He recently finished filming The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones, an adaption of the first of a series of bestselling fantasy novels by Cassandra Clare. “On the first day I was doing a scene with Lily Collins [Phil Collins’s daughter]. The whole street was cordoned off, and they had hundreds of extras and hundreds of crew. It was just a gigantic operation, moving incredibly fast. I couldn’t believe my eyes. It was huge, logistically, and incredibly impressive. It was terrifying and exhilarating all at the same time.”

This year he’s due to star in a film about Tourette’s syndrome called The Road Within and in David Blair’s supernatural film The Messenger (he worked with Blair on an acclaimed episode of Accused). “It’s about a guy who can speak to the dead. It’s not horror, like The Sixth Sense. It’s more a guy that’s pissed off because he has these dead people badgering him.”

Tonight he will be in Dublin for the Iftas, at which he has been nominated in the best-actor category for Love/Hate. “It’s nice. It’s a reunion of the Love/Hate gang, which will be lovely. And it’s also acting as a family reunion, because I’ve got about 10 of my family into the aftershow bash. There’ll be serious Sheehans around the place. You won’t be able to move for Sheehans.” And the blue hoody? “The manky blue hoody I wore for the whole series? Funnily enough, my local theatre wants to get it and frame it and put it on the wall. I’ll get it for them.”

He laughs, then yawns, then laughs again.


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13.02.2013 09:14
#45 RE: Jamie Campbell Bower in " City of Bones " Zitat · antworten

Jamie Campbell Bower : Neue Promo Stills zu " The Mortal Instruments "









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15.02.2013 10:21
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Jamie Campbell Bower : Neuer Still zu " The Mortal Instruments "


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15.02.2013 10:28
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Jamie Campbell Bower & lily Collins : Neuer romantischer Still zu " The Mortal Instruments "


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16.02.2013 16:23
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16.02.2013 16:25
#49 RE: Jamie Campbell Bower in " City of Bones " Zitat · antworten

Taschenbuch " Shadowhunters and Downworlders: A Mortal Instruments Reader " bei Amazon.com erhältlich




Infos http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1937856...s2&tag=81877-20


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