City Of Bones, the first of Cassandra Clare’s The Mortal Instruments YA fantasy novels, made it to the big screen in 2013 via Screen Gems with Lily Collins as Clary Fray and Twilight star Jamie Campbell Bower as Jace Wayland. Unfortunately, what could have been the next Twilight or Hunger Games did poorly at the box office and was panned by critics.
Now, the property is being relaunched — but this time, as a television series, according to THR.
To celebrate the release of City of Heavenly Fire, book six in the The Mortal Instruments series from Cassandra Clare, our friends at Simon & Schuster have provided us with an amazing TMI-themed prize pack to bestow upon one of our lucky readers, containing EVERY SINGLE BOOK in the series!!
One (1) winner will receive The Mortal Instruments series Pack containing:
The Arena in the Anaheim Convention Center showcased some upcoming film offerings from Sony Pictures yesterday at WonderCon 2013. Kicking off the triad of films on a balmy Saturday afternoon was the latest book to be adapted into a large-scale theatrical release as the panel for The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones made its appearance.
The film, which is set in latter day New York City, has a face value ordinary teenager as its protagonist Clary Fray, played by Lily Collins, who did a turn as Snow White last year in Mirror, Mirror (and whose dad Phil has played drums for Genesis and has had a stellar solo pop music career). The film eventually reveals that Collins is a descendant of a group of half-angelic warriors known as Shadowhunters, who become locked in an ancient battle to save the globe. The disappearance of her mother (played by Game of Thrones’Lena Hedley) acts as the catalyst for her to jaunt into an evil, dark, mysterious world known as Downworld, inhabited by stalwart fantasy/horror characters such as demons, vampires, warlocks, werewolves, and the like. Based on the worldwide best-selling series of tomes, the film adaptation looks to be the next in the long line of successful book adaptations of this type of genre to the silver screen.
With just one week left until the March 19th release of Clockwork Princess, the final book in the Infernal Devices trilogy from author Cassandra Clare, our friends over at Simon & Schuster have made it possible for us to give away three copies of the book to a trio of our loyal readers.
Three (3) winners will receive:
One (1) copy of Clockwork Princess, book three of the Infernal Devices trilogy by Cassandra Clare.