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Friday, April 12, 2013

TMI Movie News: New Promo Picture & ReShooting in Toronto

Look what a friend of mine, Dark Readers from the UK found in today's printing of The Bookseller, THIS!

For some reason I wasn't able to upload the image Dark Readers had shared with me earlier today, I have included a picture of that Movie poster. This particular image is from @SmokeandBone13 , who's photo has circulated around the TMI fandom today. Isn't this fabulous!?!? I love all the movie stuff we're starting to see more and move of.


Speaking of TMI Movie News, Cassie shared this post recently about the TMI Movie re-shoot taking place in Toronto!!! I know, it's so exciting!

*laughs* They really are doing reshoots! Kit Harrington is not suddenly in the movie though (alas..I’m sure he could play someone…Luke’s hitherto unknown hot younger brother?) He’s shooting Pompeii which is also a Constantin movie.
I love Karola, she attached the cat ears to my head for my extra scene.
tmicanadaProof of #TMImovie reshoots (via @Karolastyle (head + hair department))

Oh what I wouldn't give to be in Toronto right now. I hear the re-shoot involves a few of the cast members and a werewolf of two.

The Infernal Devices Movie News: Stephanie Sanditz to write The Infernal Devices screenplay

The Hollywood Reporter revealed earlier today that Constantin Films is already hard at work, working on the prequel series, The Infernal Devices! I can not tell you guys how excited this makes me! Stephanie Sanditz is reported to be working on writing the screenplay. They're currently on the hunt for a movie director. Too bad they can't use the same team who is working on The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones movie. 

Here's a bit more of what they announced today. They also reported that:

Constantin is also on the hunt for a director to bring on Infernal Devices.
The company has a certain amount of faith in the power of Clare and her works. While not at the level of a Stephenie Meyer or Suzanne Collins, the author has a legion of devoted followers, mostly teen girls, the same demographic that has helped power other YA franchises.
Okay, we're not TEEN GIRLS, though we may at times act like we are, but we are girls and HUGE fans of Cassie! I really hope Clockwork Angel makes it to the big screen. This is really exciting to see all the buzz surrounding Cassie's books (finally).