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Simon & Clary
Ooh, the fun part of DVDs being out. Deleted scenes! Luke and Jocelyn.
"It was a set up. An ambush. I barely survived."'Luke tells the truth about Valentine deleted scene
New Clace stills.
Watch the video Mortal Instruments: City of Bones - Exclusive Clip on Yahoo! Movies. Mortal Instruments: City of Bones
New 5-minute clip from THE MORTAL INSTRUMENTS: CITY OF BONES!
"About four months ago, I got to visit the set of The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones with a few other reporters when the production was filming in Toronto. While on set I participated in group interviews with the cast and filmmakers, watched a few scenes get filmed, and saw firsthand how Cassandre Clare’s extremely popular young adult series was being brought to life. And from what I saw on set, if you’re a fan of the series, I think you’re going to be extremely happy. Hit the jump for more:
While I’ve been on a lot of set visits, one of the things that always impresses me is when a production is willing to show visiting journalists footage. Because while you can say and do all the right things, what it really comes down to is…does the movie look cool?
Since we were there on day 40 of 55, the production had tons of footage and they showed us a 5-minute sizzle reel. While I won’t be specific regarding what we saw (although a lot of it is in the trailer), what really impressed me was how good it looked without any visual effects. The reason for this was director Harald Zwart. We were told that Zwart wanted to do as much as possible “in camera,” and that meant building big practical sets and making them come to life on soundstages. While many movies rely on green screen and CGI, if you can do it in camera, it will always look better. Also, by doing it in camera, if you need to add visual effects, they will always look better because the background is real…."(more at the link!) — COLLIDER
How much do you guys rock, seriously
Welcome to the City of Bones is trending WORLDWIDE on Twitter right now!
The trailer for TMI will now be shown TONIGHT. So, good news! It will be premiering tonight on Entertainment Tonight on TV. Then after ET runs (it’s on different times in different markets and is on at 7PM EST in NYC but check your local markets) the national TV clip, the entire trailer will be posted on MTV.com — so right after Entertainment Tonight. In other words the trailer will be posted online on MTV at 10:30 tonight at East Coast Time.
(I don’t know from what other countries it’ll be viewable, etc - that would be question for MTV!)
Here’s a little snippet below…