Last week Dark Hunter author Sherrilyn Kenyon filed a lawsuit against YA novelist Cassandra Clare for allegedly "willfully copying" Kenyon's novels.Read More
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Fans of Cassandra Clare's The Mortal Instruments may see their series getting a new lease on adapted life: in the form of a television adaptation.Read More
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I guess there's also some decent exposition in there, but let's be honest, the highlight is the moment when Cersei Lannister finally gets to brandish some weapons. The Mortal Instruments, in which Lena Headey portrays the demon slaying mother of main character Clary, played by Lily Collins, comes out August 21. While you wait for The Mortal Instruments and Game of Thrones, this clip will serve quite nicely to pass the time.Read More
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The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones hasn't even hit theaters yet and a sequel is already in the works from Constantin Film Produktion. While the fantasy adventure movie, starring Lily Collins as a demon killing "Shadowhunter," is set for release on August 21, news has surfaced that Sigourney Weaver is in talks to appear in the next film, as the leader of the Shadowhunters, no less.Read More
New Trailer for The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones Gives Us a Look at a Very Interesting Cast (Also, Magical Latte Art)
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Even though I haven't read the novels it's based on, I decided I was going to see The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones. But with this new trailer I realized Game of Thrones' Lena Headey was starring as an ex-demon hunter so now I'll be there on opening day. (via Collider) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?Read More
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The deeply ingrained issue of whitewashing has been a part of public conversation a lot in the past year--there've been the complicated race issues of how people read the characters in The Hunger Games, the polarized audience of HBO's Girls. It's always been an issue worth discussing, but it appears to be particularly in the zeitgeist at the moment. Now Cassandra Clare, author of The Mortal Instruments, has jumped into the conversation, and in reference to the big-screen adaptation of her own work.Read More