Director Harald Zwart and star Lily Collins mount a successfully thoughtful but dramatically uninspired adaptation of the first book in Cassandra Clare’s series of young-adult novels, The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones.
Lily Collins, star of The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones, talks with Spinoff Online about bringing the bestselling novel to the screen, and what separates her character Clary from other heroines of the genre.
The Mortal Instruments author Cassandra Clare talks with Spinoff Online about the upcoming adaptation City of Bones and conceiving a series of novels that uniquely explores hero myths from a female perspective.
The cast of the highly anticipated YA novel adaptation The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones descended upon a packed Hall H at Comic-Con International to reveal monstrous footage and discuss the upcoming film.
As Cassandra Clare told CBR of The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones, “There’s a lot of people’s heads getting chopped off, there’s a lot of monsters. It is really gritty and dark.” The same can be said for the new trailer.
With Mirror Mirror, his lighthearted reimagining of the Snow White tale, director Tarsem Singh is in his element, reveling in jaw-dropping set pieces and over-the-top costume designs while eliciting entertaining performances from Julia Roberts, Armie Hammer and breakout star Lily Collins.
Lily Collins, star of the upcoming Mirror Mirror, has been cast as the lead in the Fede Alvarez-directed, Diablo Cody-rewritten remake of Sam Raimi’s Evil Dead.
Relativity Media’s long-untitled Snow White project is now named Mirror, Mirror. Directed by Tarsem Singh, the film stars Lily Collins, Armie Hammer, Julia Roberts and Nathan Lane.
The actor, who also appeared in The Twilight Saga: New Moon and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, will star opposite Lily Collins in Screen Gems’ adaptation of the bestselling fantasy series.