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Written on Oct 30 // Filled under: Articles,The Mortal Instruments

“The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones’ will wrap shooting on November 7 in Toronto. Executive Producer Martin Moszkowicz recently shared a picture via Twitter of the “last days of shooting.” Author Cassandra Clareis on the Toronto set for the end of filming.

A second stage crew has been assigned to shoot footage in New York City, without cast. The Mortal Instruments series is set in New York City so these will probably be shots of the city to establish setting. There is no news as to if this has happened yet or not or how Hurricane Sandy will affect production if at all.

Harald Zwart revealed in a recent Q and A that they are hard at work on the first trailer for the highly anticipated film and that it is coming “very soon.”

Moszkowicz also shared the official ‘The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones’ address where you can send all movie related letters to the cast and crew. As ‘The Mortal Instruments’ is predicted by many Entertainment sources to be the next big thing I hope the mail box is big enough to handle all the TMI love!

Source: The Examiner.

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Written on Oct 17 // Filled under: Articles,Me And Mrs Jones

Billy played by Robert Sheehan – the 24-year-old dreamboat who makes a play for Mrs Jones, despite being best friends with her son, Alfie.

Why is Billy hitting on a woman twenty years his senior?

He’s been travelling with Alfie and needs somewhere to crash so he follows him home and ends up having this spontaneous romantic spark with Alfie’s mum. I think Billy is an all-round hopeless romantic. He lives his life for his heart more than his head, so I think he sticks around because of this connection he’s felt with Gemma. Billy isn’t troubled by the 20 odd year age gap. I’d say if anything it’s spurring him on; it’s an incentive.

But Gemma tries to fight her feelings?

She eventually has to admit to herself that there is something real between the two of them. Every time they meet there is chemistry and over the course of the series there are more and more manifestations of that, so there’s a development there.

But poor old Alfie – it can’t be much fun having your best mate hooking up with your mum…

Billy is trying to be as forthcoming as he possibly can and as honest, because if he wasn’t he would just be a slime ball that has followed his mate into his house and tried to have it off with his mum. He can’t keep this thing from Alfie anymore and he wants to tell Gemma, “let’s be honest about it, let’s tell people”. There’s an impending doom there which I’m sure they’ll get over because they’re chums.

Do you muck in with the slapstick comedy?

What’s interesting about my guy is he’s not always the overtly funny character – sometimes it’s the opposite side of the coin. That’s almost more difficult in a way, to be the one that’s grounded in the reality so the other characters can be more surreal.

Any highlights?

There’s a funny scene involving myself, Sarah’s character Gemma, Neil’s character Jason and Nat’s character Tom. There was a lot of projectile vomit involved which was spurring on my gag reflex…

Source: Radio Times.

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Written on Aug 29 // Filled under: Accused,Articles

Oh, Robert Sheehan. As standout star Nathan in E4’s Misfits, you were the curly-haired, Irish-accented, acid-tongued weirdo of my dreams. AND you looked hot in an orange boiler suit.

So when you left the show I cried. No, I really did. I still love Misfits – but it isn’t the same without you being a delinquent with the best jokes ever.

And I miss your hair. If I am ever reincarnated as a boy, I want to come back with hair like yours.

So imagine my joy when I tuned into ace BBC drama Accused last night. And you were in it, Robert Sheehan!

The BAFTA and Emmy winning BBC drama is back for a second series after the success of its first.

Each episode follows a different character who has been accused of a terrible crime. In Robert‘s case, it’s of the attempted murder of his stepmother, Charlotte, played by Sheridan Smith.

So Rob plays a troubled teen – and he’s left the comedy behind for straight up, gritty drama.

In Accused, his character Stephen hears voices, and believes that stepmum Charlotte is poisoning his family.

The stellar cast was topped off by John Bishop, who plays Stephen‘s dad.

With tons of twists and turns, this is one show you need to catch up on on BBC iPlayer if you haven’t seen. The end is jaw-droppingly brilliant. Well done, scriptwriters.  

And Robert Sheehan was, of course, amazing. He didn’t crack a single joke, and was utterly believable as a troubled teen, proving he does’t need to be funny to be captivating on screen.

A star has well and truly been born – and I reckon Rob is soon going to be massive in Hollywood, too.

He’s currently filming The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones, out in 2013 and also starring Lily Collins and Jonathan Rhys Meyers. Yay!

Just promise me that you won’t disappear off to La-La land forever, Rob. We need you and your lovely head of hair in the UK. Ok?

Source: Now.

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Written on Aug 15 // Filled under: Articles,The Mortal Instruments

LOVE/HATE star Robert Sheehan is being tipped as the next Robert Pattinson as he sinks his teeth into a new cult vampire role.

The Irish actor was handpicked by the author of the popular fantasy series The Mortal Instruments for a lead role.

Sheehan (24) has been cast as the boyfriend of lead protagonist Clary Fray in the first chapter — City of Bones.

Author Cassandra Clare said she and Karate Kid director Harald Zwart and the other actors all agreed that Robert fit perfectly in the role of Simon.

“Y’all know I am a big Misfits fan, so you should not be surprised to know that I’m ecstatic that our Simon is Robert Sheehan. “You may know him as Nathan [in Misfits].

“He’s totally cute and adorable and hilarious, and his chemistry with Lily and Jamie is off the charts.

“I’ve wanted him for Simon for ages so I am pretty much totally and entirely happy,” she added.

Crooner Phil Collins’s daughter Lily takes on the lead role of Clary Fray who lives the life of a seemingly ordinary teenager.

In the first installment Clary discovers that she is the descendant of a line of ‘Shadowhunters’ — a secret group of young half-angel warriors locked in an ancient battle to protect our world from demons.

Filming on the fantasy series is due to start in Toronto next month.

Source: Herald.

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