Cassie Clare Confirms the Title of #TMITV
Not to say I told you so, but I told you so. Cassie Clare confirmed that the title of the upcoming television show based on The Mortal Instrument book series.
It is entitled Shadowhunters.
We told you in our open letter to Ed Decter that the only thing that they had done right so far is the title of the show.
@shadoowhunters It's going to be called "Shadowhunters."— Cassandra Clare (@cassieclare) February 20, 2015
No word as to when Shadowhunters will make ...
‘City of Bones’ Gets a Repackaging
We didn't think it was possible to fall in love with a book cover, but then one comes out and we're all sorts of HELL YES! I mean, how can we not be? It's a new cover for City of Bones.
Take all of our money.
The books are getting a repackaging and it's not just so that you have fifty copies on your shelf. Everything needs update every once in awhile.
What did Cassie have to say about the repackaging?
Just to answer a few things I’ve been asked: my publisher has wanted to redesign ...
#TMITV: Who Should Play Jace in ‘Shadowhunters?’
Yesterday, our friends over at TMI Source did a dream casting for TMI TV. TMI TV is supposed to get underway this year and that means that we'll be getting a whole new cast.
One of the comments that we have been receiving the most is who will be cast. Who can take on the roles of Clary and Jace? We know that a lot of you want the movie cast to return, but we're pretty positive that isn't happening. So it begs the question - who will be cast in this TV show?
We're all for Molly Quinn as ...
‘Love, Rosie’ Asks If You Are In Love With Your Best Friend
The other day we brought you a review of Love, Rosie - a movie which we are obsessed with. Sugarscape debuted a new infographic which helps you decide if you are in love with your best friend.
I took it and well... I am fucked. This quiz has led me astray and made me made me face my BFF emotions.
Did you take it? Are you in love with your best friend?
Love, Rosie is out on Digital HD now and video March 2nd.
Fangirlish Reviews @LoveRosieFilm: An Endearing Film That Reminds You Love Is Worth It
Sometimes I think we love things the most when we relate to them. As much as I wanted to hate Love, Rosie - I found myself laying on my bed in a pool of tears, asking why life gets in the way and why love has to hurt that bad - especially when you fall in love with your best friend.
For those of you that don't know, Love, Rosie is the adaptation of the 2004 novel Where Rainbows End by Irish author Cecelia Ahern. She's the same lady who wrote P.S. I Love You, so I knew that I was in for a ...