Jamie Campbell Bower
And the award for the second most dramatic headline of the week goes to... the Chris Cornell looking dude on the latest poster for The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones.
And the award for most dramatic headline of the day goes to... If only the one-sheet itself was as dramatic. Sadly, it's pretty mundane. Don't believe us? Why should you? We're bastards. In any event see for yourself.
See the Official Extended Theatrical Trailer and a New One-Sheet for The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones
Following up on the teaser that debuted during last weekend's WonderCon, Sony Pictures has released the official extended theatrical trailer for The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones along with some new poster art.
If there's one thing we know for certain, it's that when Hollywood is gearing up for another young adult targeted big screen adaptation, we can and will expect there to be a barrage of character posters. It has begun!
Along with Evil Dead, Sony brought The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones to WonderCon 2013 and left behind this brand new trailer. On hand for a Q&A with the screening were the book's author, Cassandra Clare, along with stars Lily Collins, Jamie Campbell Bower, and Kevin Zegers.
Things have been a bit quiet lately with regard to Scott Charles Stewart's (Priest, Legion) adaptation of The Mortal Instruments book series for Screen Gems, but today word has come as to who will be playing the lead role.
Forget the Bella/Edward/Jacob triangle. Forget that pasty Cullen clan. For our money the most compelling characters in The Twilight Saga are the Volturi, and today we have the first glimpses of them from the set of Breaking Dawn, including Dakota Fanning and Michael Sheen, returning from his Eclipse hiatus.
October 31st, the day on which Twilight fans were able to purchase a commemorative The Twilight Saga: New Moon Tour T-shirt and procure a wristband entitling them to attend the New Moon Cast Tour event in their hometown, has come and gone. Just about all the stops are sold out, but some locations will offer Q&A's open to the public. In addition, we now know exactly who will be where (subject to last-minute changes, of course).
An assortment of new images from The Twilight Saga: New Moon hit online today, not of "Robsten" as you might expect, but instead showing five members of the Volturi: Michael Sheen as Aro, Dakota Fanning as Jane, Jamie Campbell Bower as Caius, Cameron Bright as Alec, and Christopher Heyerdahl as Marcus.